If you made a contact with K6EU/R during a contest, thanks for the QSO. All QSOs from the June 15 VHF contest will be uploaded to LOTW with the appropriate grid square. If you were expecting a confirmation and do not see one, first check to insure you uploaded a QSO with K6EU/R. Neither LOTW or eQSL will give you a match if you upload using K6EU. If still a problem, email (email@example.com) with details of the QSO.
QSL policy: For QSOs from my home QTH in CM97, I upload all QSOs to LOTW. In addition I'll respond to all request for a card or eQSL. For VHF QSOs while in semi rare grid CM86, these are also uploaded to LOTW. Please send a SASE for a card. For VHF QSOs from other girds, pse send a SASE for a card or email me and I'll upload to LOTW. Unfortunately I'm unable to respond to eQSL request for other grids as their system for additional QTHs is too difficult to use.
I was first licensed as WN4QVQ in 1963 while living in Lexington, KY and attending the University of Kentucky. At the time I was active at the university club station W4JP. After moving to Huntsville, AL in 1966, I upgraded to a general class license. While in Huntsville, I was one of the founding member of the Northern Alabama DX club.
This was followed by a stint as WA5SNY in San Antonio while a member of the USAF. Continuing my migration west, I operated briefly from Salt Lake City, UT as WA4QVQ/7.
I moved to the west coast in 1973 and became WB6AZL, KA6CQQ and then KE6FI. After operating from about 1979 to 1983, I lost interest in the hobby and did not resume activity until 2001 after retiring.
Currently, I'm active in various forms of contesting including VHF contesting as a rover. I'm a member of the Northern California Contest Club.
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