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Hello,

 

During 6m season I am usually monitoring 50.125. Otherwise I can often be found

on the noontime net (7268.5KHz) on 40m or on 80m on the Northwest Country Cousins Net (3968KHz),

the Western Country Cousins net (3970KHz) or the WARTS net (3975KHz)

 

Other things I enjoy is QRP, computer programming and building, fixing and messing with electronics.

I passed my extra class exam on Feb, 2012.

Originally licensed as a "no-code" and self taught morse code.

Email is (mycall)@arrl.net

 

Vice president of the Northwest County Cousins Net

 

In my opinion, the winlink system AKA "winlid" accomplishes nothing other then cause QRM.

Especially when running PACTOR 2 / PACTOR 3. Plenty of evidence can be found on the internet.

 

FCC 97.313A: "An amateur station must use the minimum transmitter power necessary to carry out the desired communications."

Even though I have an amplifier, I only use it when needed

 

I am a freedom of information supporter.

 

Visit my youtube channel: www.youtube.com/user/KF7PCL <--- Lots of 6m vids

 

UPDATED QSL INFORMATION:

Direct: I respond to all direct QSL cards as quickly as possible with or without

an SASE but an SASE or other postage is appreciated.

 

QSL Bureau: I am currently behind on responding to Bureau cards but I try to catch up on them

whenever I get a chance to do so. Direct is better for a fast response.

 

Electronic: I ocassionally upload my logs to EQSL and selectively to Log Book of the World

but I cannot promise how often or what I upload to LOTW.

I would prefer to receive your paper QSL card.

 

73, John / KF7PCL

Born: 0x7CB

 

 

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