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First licensed in 1970 as WN2NTI, upgraded to WA2NTI in 1972. Moved to Colorado in 1978, where I lived for 5 years and held AC0Y, mostly active on 2m there. I've lived in Washington state since 1983, and have been active on HF (and lately on VHF) as KX7L since 1988. I enjoy CW and RTTY contesting, chasing DX and ragchewing, especially on the digital modes. I'm currently working (slowly) on 5BWAS, 5BDXCC and VUCC. My station is an old Icom IC-735, and all wire antennas: a 1/4 wave inverted ell for 160, which I also use on 80 and 40, and a 44ft doublet fed with open wire line, for 30m through 10m. I'm back on VHF as well, with an FT-736 feeding a 6 el Yagi on 6m, and a homebrew 10 el yagi on 2m. I also like to tinker with equipment, particularly building QRP rigs, when I have the time. A recent addiction is Summits on the Air where I chase mountain top activators and occasionally make it to a summit myself.

My QSL Heroes:
Call Sent via Days until received
LO2F AC7DX 4
TI5N W3HNK 6
ZD8ZZ K7ZZ 7
FM5BH W3HNK 8
A35YZ OQSL 9
OE4AAC Direct 10
6Y1LZ K1LZ 10
VP2MWG N0AT 11
LX7I LX2A 12
GW3YDX Direct 12
CT7/DJ5YQ Direct 13
F6EAZ Direct 14
CO2WL HA3JB 14
KL7RRC/P N7RO 15
MD0CCE Direct 15
NP3U WP4U 15
SU9VB email/paypal 15
XV2RZ OH4MDY 16
FO/F6CTL Direct 16
CR3L DJ6QT 17
PJ5/SP6EQZ Direct 18
IQ1RY IK1HKN 18
4U0UN HB0BOU 19

 

Slow, But they made it:
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HK0NA OQSL 115
S50PTUJ S59DJK 117
TX5K OQSL 129
YL7A YL2GM 148
PY2YU Direct 188
TC2X OH2BH 196
HC2AQ Direct 244
JX5O OQSL 264

 

Been waiting such a long time.
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LU8EOT direct 210
CX4DX direct 210
YN7SU TI4SU 572
J79WE DL8WEM 603
OE5OHO Direct 622
A35CT KI0SO 643
LZ2VU Direct 825

 

 

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