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N4GBK Op: Bill   Happy Radio 2016!

Stations outside of USA, if you send me a QSL, I will send you a QSL - no stamps - no money - no IRC.

QSL OK via LoTW, eQSL, bureau or direct.

USA stations, no SASE needed, just send me a card and I'll do the same.

SWL Reports are also welcome. Today's SWLs are tomorrow's Hams.

EPC # 20964

10-10 # 41801

070 # 1688 LONP #252

SMIRK # 5514

QCWA - ARRL - Carolina DX Association

I upload to LoTW daily.  I also upload to QRZ.com and eQSL on a regular basis.

  • Comments and Awards

I started using PSK-31 on 24 May 2013.  As of  February 2016, I have worked 163 countries and confirmed 155 with LoTW and paper cards all using PSK-31.  Dabbled in a couple of phone contests but mostly operating with PSK.  Now working on PSK-63 and other similar modes with the EPC awards - European PSK Club.

First place Digital in the 2015 NC QSO Party.  All contacts were via PSK31.

I am enjoying earning awards from the folks at the PODXS (Penn-Ohio DX Society) 070 Club for my PSK contacts. Some of the awards are easy and some are hard but they are all free. You apply for everything on line. They also have some fun contests.

Chasin' DX

I appreciate the volunteers that work hard in the background in the ham radio community. Volunteer Examiners, QSL bureau workers, Card Checkers, awards managers, QSL managers and many more. Thank you!

  • Station

Kenwood TS-590S with Carolina Windom 160 antenna. Active on all HF bands and 6 meters with the same rig and antenna. Excellent signal reports and performance by the Carolina Windom.

The receiver section of the TS-590S is great when the bands are crowded. It really allows me to pull in a weak signal with strong signals nearby.

  • About Me

First licensed in 1963 as WN4POP.

Member ARRL, QCWA and the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE). FCC 1st Phone in 1971. Full time broadcast engineer for about 10 years followed by a 30 year career in civil service with the US Government. Retired in 2013 as an Electronics Equipment Specialist (civilian) with the US Coast Guard. Worked in avionics engineering support with the Coast Guard search and rescue helicopters and airplanes.


I'm in Perquimans County, North Carolina in the rural community of Belvidere in the Northeast part of the state.

(My mailing address is Hertford, NC which is about 8 miles away.)




Thank you for reading all of this stuff. Have fun with ham radio!



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QRZ Logbook Summary for - N4GBK
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OE6JFG/P 2016-01-31 40M PSK31 JN77tn Austria Franz
N4DPH 2016-01-31 40M PSK31 EM64ko United States David
ON5QB 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JO20fg Belgium Jacques
DO1SJH 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JN49se Germany Jens
F4HLB/P 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JN16qc France Philip
OK1AYR 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JO80ce Czech Republic Jan
EB7NO 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 IM76ro Spain Francisco
IK1ROV 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JN44lm Italy Steve
HA3FOK 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JN96bt Hungary Janos
DG6FFB 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 JO40mf Germany Michael
SQ5DCP 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 KO01ni Poland Tomek
MI6KKN 2016-01-31 15M PSK31 IO64vm Northern Ireland Arthur
CO2CW 2016-01-31 30M PSK31 EL83ww Cuba Carlos
AD0QI 2016-01-31 20M PSK31 EM27fe United States Dan
EA5NA 2016-01-30 40M PSK31 IM98gf Spain Jaime

Book Totals: 12686 qso's   5964 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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