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PJ4/K4IQJ - QSL via K4IQJ at the above address with SASE, or self-addressed envelope with one IRC or USD.

As of February 23, 2014, all direct and bureau QSL requests have been answered.

QSOs have been uploaded to LOTW. Send any questions about logs to pj4-k4iqj@mindspring.com.

If you want a QSL via the Bureau, just send a request to pj4-k4iqj@mindspring.com with QSO detail; no QSL needed.

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Dick was first licensed as KN4IQJ in the summer of 1959 and upgraded a few months later. He is primarily a CW operator who enjoys chasing DX and operating in contests, particularly on the low bands. He is on top of the SSB/Mixed Honor Rolls, needs only P5 on CW, and has competed CQ 5BWAZ. He has confirmed 258 countries and 38 zones on 160M.

Over the years he has operated as

PJ4/K4IQJ May 24-31, 2011

KH6/K4IQJ 1994-2012

ZL/K4IQJ 2009

TA2/K4IQJ 2005

KL7/K4IQJ 1998

K4IQJ/BV 1995, 1993, 1991

VS6/K4IQJ 1993

UZ3AWC/K4IQJ 1989

W2HSF 1974-1976

QSLs for all these operations should be sent to K4IQJ direct or via the bureau.

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In his other life, he is Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn University. He founded the Alabama Microelectronics Center in 1984 and served as its director through 1998. From 2004-2007 he led implementation of Auburn University’s Wireless Engineering Degree Program, the first ABET Accredited undergraduate wireless engineering degree in the US.

He is an IEEE Life Fellow, Past President of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society, past Editor of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, and a Past Chair of both the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) and the International VLSI Circuits Symposium. He was also Founding Editor of IEEE Micro Magazine.

Dr. J. is author of the Addison Wesley text Introduction to Microelectronic Fabrication, 2E, and co-author of Microelectronic Circuit Design, 4E, published by McGraw-Hill. He received the 2004 IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award.

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