Hello from Alaska! I am glad we were able to make contact!
I appreciate your contact and will 100% all direct and bureau QSL card requests. I upload my log regularly to LoTW and use it as my primary QSL method. If you would like to check my log to confirm your contact, check on Club log
QSL details: Email me if you have questions about our QSO or don't see your call in my log. All QSOs are uploaded to LoTW.
US: direct please send SASE along with your card.
Outside US: Please send Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope SASE and 2greenstamps to address above. IRCs ok only if current issue which expires in 2017. Old IRCs will not be accepted and card will be returned via bureau.
I have operated from several IOTAs and am happy to confirm those islands for you. Email me if you do not have confirmation.
NA-064 Attu Island June 2013 as KL7NWR
NA-039 Adak Island 2012, 2013 as KL2HD/p
NA-039 Adak island in June 2014 as W1AW/KL7 (a great honor!)
NA-070 Amchitka Island June 2015 as KL7NWR
I enjoy contesting and DXing. I am a member of the Alaska and Yukon contesters group and have learned a lot from them. KL7RA has been a great teacher and has allowed me to operate at his awesome contest station in nearby Nikiski, Alaska. I regularly operate the CQ WW, ARRL DX and CQ WPX contests from KL7RA.
Elecraft K3, KPA 500 amplifer, P3 panadaptor, KAT 500 tuner/antenna switch, Mosley Pro 57b40 antenna on 20m of Rohn 25
My portable station consists of a K3, KPA500 (luggage weight allowance dependent) and 10-40m adjustable homebrew quarterwave antenna.
I am a Wildife Biologist and work in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska from May to September each year. I work from a research ship each year.
These are some scenes from the Aleutians (on clear days with no fog....):
These are some of the species I work with. See the KL7NWR QRZ listing for more pictures.
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