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Thanks for looking at my QRZ page! I am a new Ham (2011). I never had the time or money to pursue this hobby until my late 50's. As a child I was very impressed with my uncle John (K3GXV) now SK, who I think mainly operated AM. I was fascinated by his gear and his enthusiasm; he is the reason I decided to become a ham.

I passed the technician and general exams in July 2011, and passed amateur extra 3/17/12. I enjoy operating SSB, CW, PSK-31, JT65 and JT9. I received the ARRL Worked All States award in 2013, just got the DXCC mixed category, (4/2014).  I'm now trying to improve my CW skills to get beyond 20 WPM, I seem to be stuck at that speed. If I have a QSO with you on CW please realize I've only been doing CW since March 2012, so I hope you are patient and forgive errors. I learned on a straight key but now I'm using an iambic paddle. Rig is a Kenwood TS-2000, an Ameritron ALS-600 solid-state amplifier (only used for phone contacts) and a Buckmaster 7-band OCF dipole at 50 feet. I have a Rigblaster interface. I use LOTW  and  eQSL-cc (AG) .  I reply to all QSL card requests. Hope to meet you on the bands or the waterfall and 73, good Dx.


Malcolm Steele ("Mac") KD1AX...........Previous callsign KK4DCC


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