2014 News! If you are operating in the ARRL Centennial QSO Party, I am worth 35 (yes, thirty-five) points as a member of the Public Relations Committee. (PRC if you want the exchange) I try to get on the air at least once every other day to "pass out" my points to the public. Sometimes I'll self-spot, but usually someone spots me. Feel free to work me and add to the growing pile-ups I've been encountering! I've really enjoyed the pile-ups that've been coming my way!
I was licensed on April 2nd, 2010, in Raleigh, North Carolina. I upgraded to the General Class license on September 4th, 2010, in Shelby, North Carolina. On September 1st, 2012, I upgraded to the Amateur Extra class. I received my Technician class license when I was 10, my General when I was 11, and my Extra one day before I turned 13. (Talk about a nice birthday present...) Since then, I have become a Public Information Officer (PIO) for the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) North Carolina Section, and as of January 2014, I am one of the twelve members of the ARRL Public Relations Committee. If you work me on HF, I'll probably be using a Yaesu FT-450AT and an MFJ-949E tuner to tune various antennas. My father and I share a Yaesu FT-817ND transceiver, which I mainly use for QRP operations in our car or portable events. If you hear me running 5 watts (or even 100...), give me a shout! If you do work me on VHF/UHF, I will most likely be using an Icom IC-80AD D-STAR radio. On the D-STAR CCS system, my CCS number is 6164.
NOTE: If you are a grid square hunter, county hunter, or any other hunter, here is some information:
6131748 Last modified: 2015-07-16 00:17:57, 4124 bytes
You must be logged in to file a report on this page
Book Totals: 56 qso's 40 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM