I operate CW, SSB and RTTY on 160 through 6M. My DXCC totals are 345 countries confirmed all-time for DXCC mixed and 338 countries for DXCC-CW. My DXCC-RTTY totals are 296 countries worked and 294 confirmed. I have 5BDXCC No. 5,803, plus DXCC endorsements for 160M, 30M, 17M and 12M. I have 57 countries worked and 56 confirmed on 6M. My DXCC Challenge totals are 2,535 band/countries worked and 2,516 confirmed. I received the Triple Play Worked All States Award #204. I recently qualified for the ARRL DXCC Honor Roll -- for both Mixed and CW with 335 confirmed for mixed mode and 333 confirmed on CW.
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My station consists of the Elecraft K Line -- two K3 transceivers, two P3 Panadaptors and a KPA500 amplifier. I also have an Alpha 9500 amplifier. Antennas include a Mosley TA-63N six band yagi on a 55 foot crank-up tower, verticals for 80M, 40M and 30M and an Inverted L for 160M. I use DX4WIN and N1MM Logger Plus for logging, and an MDS RC-1 for automated rotor control. For SO2R operation and remote antenna switching, I use a Top Ten Devices two radio controller, band decoder and A/B Station Selector.
I operated briefly from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates using the call A6/N4QS from November 21-22, 2014. It was a part-time, holiday style operation. QSL via N4QS or LOTW. I was also part of the Voo Doo contest team at 9K2HN for the 2014 CQ WW CW contest.
Prior operations inlcude: The Cayman Islands as ZF2DP from February 8 - 11, 2013 including the CQ WPX RTTY contest. Belize using the call V31QS in April 2010 and November 2011. Australia as VK4FML from September 17 - 20, 1996. QSL via VK4HF.
I was first licensed in 1967 at the age of 13 as WN3HOM (see photo below).
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