Thank you for visiting my QRZ webpage. I am listed as William, but I am known to my friends by my middle name, David. I'm very new to ham radio. Made my first QSO in July of 2011. I just received my DXCC for 10 Meters. I have over 198 dx entities on 10 Meters. Still working on Basic WAS. Just upgraded my license to Extra, 2/16/2012. Looking forward to making contact in those areas of the bands I could only longingly listen to with my General license. I'm using a radio, Kenwood TS-140S, donated by my brother, K4ZIN. He also provided a 5 Element 10 Meter Yagi, 160 Meter dipole, and a 20 Meter dipole, along with enough coax to get me on the air. Special thanks to Jerry, K4ZIN, aka 9L1JT and EL7AA. Also would like to thank my father-in-law, William, KG4VHU, for the power supply, antenna tuner, and RTTY equipment.
I enjoy being a VE and Field Examiner with ARRL.
I'm an active member of the Southern Kentucky Amateur Transmitting Society (SKATS). I'm also net control on Saturday's 10-10 International net on 28.800 MH at 1800z. Please stop by if you have the chance and make some new friends on 10 Meters.
Thank you for stopping by. 73's.
Update (Sunday, 20 October 2013): Just had a window for the Internet. I received my call sign for Sierra Leone, 9L1DT, on Friday. QRZ should update eventually. I will be uploading to LoTW as soon as the call sign shows up in the database. I will also QSL via this call, N4WDT. I am the QSL Manager for my brother's contacts this last week, 9L1JT, with whom I was operating. I want to thank William, KG4VHU and Doug, W0WSP, for all of their help.
I am a supporter of the DX Code of Conduct:
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