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Thanks for checking out my page! wink I'm working on my CW at the moment, and I'll do my best to try and send clean code. I tend to get flustered, so please be patient with me if I send the wrong letters/numbers!

For DX QSL cards, please send via Buro SPARC QSL BUREAU, Sterling Park Amateur Radio Club, Call Box 599, Sterling, VA 20167

I received my Technician license on September 17th, 2013 and upgraded to General on November 16, 2013. I plan on getting my Extra after the first of the year, since it does requre a bit more study time. After I complete my Extra, I plan on learning CW to round out my HAM experience!

My station: For HF, I use a YAESU FT-897, MFJ-949E Manual Tuner, fed into a Carolina Windom resonant on 40m. I can use it on other bands, but get best performance on 40m. I get good signal reports up and down the East Coast.

I enjoy working DX on PSK-31 and PSK-63.

I am a member of the Coastal Amateur Radio Society (CARS) http://coastalamateurradiosociety.net/wpW4LHSblog/, and look forward to meeting new friends on Echolink, HF and 2 meter/70cm.

I will send QSL cards as they are received. I love to get them! If you are a DX contact, please send via the Bureau. If I have any more international stamps, I'll use them; but once they're gone, I'll have to send mine via the Bureau.

I do log contacts on LOtW, and eQSL.cc. I try to log my contacts as I receive them on QRZ if requested, but otherwise it's going to be logged on LOtW and eQSL.cc automatically.

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