Thank you for checking my web page. I recently got started on WSJT-X and am currently pursuing WAS (need WV to complete) and DXCC on JT65. I hope to see your call on my screen soon. On JT9 and JT65, I am usually running 25 watts using the K3, more station information below.
QSL Manager (and operator) for PJ2/KY7M, 5B/KY7M, EL2LF, TZ6LF, 5U7LF, and ZF2LF.
I reply to all direct QSLs. Outside USA please include $2 for return postage or use OQRS, no IRCs. I upload my logs to LOTW, eQSL, and Club Log for all USA and DX operations. If you want a QSL via the bureau, email your QSO information to me and I will send a QSL in the next outgoing batch.
I am a DXer and contester and enjoy all modes with CW being primary. I am a proud member of both FOC (#1741) and CW Ops (#84). I am a member and past president of Central Arizona DX Association (CADXA) and a member of the Arizona Outlaws Contest Club (AOCC).
At home, I have a 55' U.S. Tower (TX-455) with a 3 element SteppIR at 66' for 10-30m, Cushcraft 40-2CD at 55' for 40m, and a 6 element LFA yagi by InnovAntenna at 60' for 6m. I use an inverted L for 75/80m and shunt feed the tower for 160m. The main radio is the Elecraft K3. Amplifier is either an Alpha 87A or Elecraft KPA500.
I have operated with the VooDoo Contest Group eight times in CQWW CW at 5V7A (1998), XT2DX (2002-03), 5U5Z (2004),TZ5A (2006), EL2A (2011-12), and P3F (2013). I have also operated on multi-multi teams at PJ2T (2014), HC8N (2008), KP2A (1988), as well as USA stations including W7RN and NK7U.
I was first licensed in Chicago as WN9EBT in 1962 when I attended Lane Tech High School. Other past calls were WA9EBT and N9BT.
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