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From 15 June to 20 June 2012 I was active as KP2/K3TN from St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands. I have uploaded those logs to LotW and eQSL. All other QSL requests should go via the W3 buro or direct to my home address. I operated from the KP2M vacation rental station, a FB location - check it out here.

 

I was first licensed in 1969 as WN2ADH in Freeport NY. When I passed the general exam, I forgot to attach a copy of my novice ticket, so much to my surprise I became WB2EKK - I made about 100 pirate QSOs as WA2ADH before the new callsign came....

I moved to Maryland in 1978 and became K3TN in 1997. I'm now running a K3 and a KPA500, along with a TS-850 and a Titan 425, to an off-center fed dipole at about 50 feet, along with a 50" T antenna for 160M. I've acquired about 70 feet of Rohn 45 and am slowly heading towards putting up a tower.

I'm primarily on CW, contesting and DXing, but I do occasionally yell at my radio and get on the deedle-deedle modes, too. I am CW OPS # 245 and A1 Club #1673. I have a blog here where I occasionally write about SOTA hiking/operating expeditions I do with WA3SEE.

QSL via LoTW and/or eQSL preferred. I will reply directly to direct cards, as well as via the W3 QSL bureau.

 

Below is a picture of me operating the FB station of Atsu JE1TRV outside of Tokyo.

 

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