I go by my middle name Tony and I am located in Trinity, NC. I enjoy all Amateur Radio Bands. I am a Sergeant for the Thomasville, NC Police Department and the current President of NC4AR, the Tri-County Amateur Radio Club www.nc4ar.org
I will reply to your qsl request 100%.
Thanks to winning the Gigaparts March 29, 2014 grand prize drawing my main rig is the ICOM IC-7100. My antenna's consist of a duel band vertical for 2 meters and 70 cm and a computer ehnanced version of the G5RV called the ZS6BKW G5RV that covers 80 meters through 6 meters. The swr is 1.5 or below on all bands with the exception of 80 and 15 meters which require a tuner. I just recently (December 2013) added a tower and a Mosley TA-33-jr to my collection.
I was first licensed as a technician in 2002 and upgraded my license to General Class in January 2012. Two months later I upgraded to Extra Class.
Recently I find that I am being questioned more frequently about my KG4 prefix and if I am located in Guantanamo Bay. I promise I am stateside and live in NC. Here is how to clear up the confusion if the "KG4" prefix you are working is either in the United States or Guantanamo Bay. KG4xx (two letter suffix) is in fact Guantanamo Bay. KG4xxx (three letter suffix) is the United States. Some popular logging programs have difficulty telling the difference, I presume because they look at the prefix and throw up Guantamamo Bay.
I qsl though LOTW, eQSL, OQRS, direct and the bureau. I upload to LOTW daily. I respond to direct cards immediately and bureau cards as soon as they are received.
If you have a LOTW (ARRL's Logbook of the World) account please log our contact so I can get credit for your state or Country!!!
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