I got my Technician license (KD2AMC) at Field Day, 2011. I upgraded to General class in August of 2013. I operate using a Kenwood TS-830S with a Cushcraft R6000 Vertical antenna and a Wouxun KG-UV3D handheld. My parents are also hams (KD2AMD, KD2EON). My grandfather was the second ham operator in South Korea to get his license and is now active in Apopka FL as KD1AB. My grandmother isN1DBY. I love PSK31 and its variations (PSK63, etc) and do it almost daily on 20M after school. I do some SSB. I made 181 QSOs in the 2013 November Sweepstakes SSB contest, which is better than the two contacts I made on the 2013 Field Day and the four on the 2012 Field Day (GOTA station). I'm trying to get my WAS award and I have enough LoTW QSL for a WAC.
If you work me while I am portable in 4, you can send your electronic logs to KD2EOM/W4. Do NOT send them to KD2EOM/4 because they will not be confirmed. I upload my logs to LoTW and eqsl.cc (AG) at least once daily when I can. I send out paper qsl upon request. You can request paper at the time of the qso or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I also send paper qsl cards if I receive one from you. I send cards to DX stations via the Bureau and should soon be able to receive them via Bureau as well. If you send me qsl via qrz.com logbook I will accept, but I prefer a different method. I also upload to hrdlog.net daily.
eQSL.cc is uploaded automatically on PSK31.
If you email me a card, I email you back the one above
Scroll down to see the map. Notes: Data here is not updated in real-time. If our QSO is not here, check again tomorrow as I upload my logs at the end of the day. QSOs between Oct-12 - Oct-19 2013 were made in Apopka, FL where I signed as KD2EOM/W4. When searching the log, do not press Enter when you type in your callsign. Press "Send", otherwise this widget (for some odd reason) will crash.
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