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I go by Doug, a short version of my middle name. I hold an Amateur Extra Class License and have been an avid DXer and contester since 1998. I enjoy SSB, CW, RTTY, and PSK31.

I live on a city lot that is only about 1/3 of an acre and it has been a big challenge to be successful in contests and DXCC. As of February 2015 I have 309 confirmed countries (312 worked) and 8BDXCC(10/12/15/17/20/30/40/80 meters). Hopefully 160 meters won't take too much longer.

My 15 year old son, Garner, KK4CLY, has earned DXCC (252) on SSB (190), CW (224), RTTY (137), 10, 12, 15, 17, 20 and 30M. Garner was invited to speak at the 2014 Dayton Hamvention Youth Forum on "How Dx'ing Can Increase Your Knowledge of the World.

I enjoy homebrewing as much as possible to help keep up my electronics skills. I also help my local club, the Alamance Amateur Radio Club, K4EG, by teaching Technician and General classes and serving as an ARRL Volunteer Examiner and a NC Section Technical Specialist. Hopefully we will meet on the bands one day.





Elecraft K3 #1289

P3 #371

KPA500 #2043

KAT500 #1319

(all kit builds)

Yaesu FT-920

Yaesu FT-100

Yaesu FT-2500

Yaesu FT-2600

Icom IC-703

Drake L4B



Cushcraft MA5B 3 element 5 band beam 20-10M

Inverted L 160-10M

Homebrew 4 element 6M beam

AEA Halo-6 6M



Other operations:

KF4VTT/VP9 Bermuda, June 10-17, 2011, June 11-17, 2009 http://home.mebtel.net/~kf4vtt/vp9/VP9.htm

Please be sure you have my call correct. It is KF4VTT/VP9. Some stations logged me at VP9/KF4VTT and this is wrong. Sorry, after January 22, 2012 I will need $2USD for QSL reply to DX because of postage increase.

KF4VTT/P Key West and Boca Grande Key, Florida June 4-8, 2008

KF4VTT/KL7 Juneau, Alaska July 21-27, 2001


DXCC 309 Mixed, 290 SSB, 260 CW, 166 RTTY, 10M, 12M, 15M, 17M, 20M, 30M, 40M, and 80M




1st Place 2011 and 2012 NC QSO Party SO/SSB In-state

1st Place 2011 June VHF Contest (First Place Single Operator Low Power - Bermuda) - KF4VTT/VP9

EC - Alamance County, NC ARES

ARRL NC Section Technical Specialist

ex-President - Alamance Amateur Radio Club, Inc.




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