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I was licensed in 1976 as WN5QGE. My Advanced Callsign was WB5QGE. In 1978 I went to Dallas TX from Oklahoma City, OK and acquired the Extra Class License. I was given the requested callsign of N5GE. All of my license testing except Novice was done at the FCC office in Dallas, Texas.

I live on a City lot in a wooded neighborhood, so antenna construction is somewhat constrained, but I've managed to get along pretty well over the years.

CW is the only amateur mode I am interested in on HF and 6m. I operate CW, SSB and FM on 2m and 70cm, in that order of preference.

DXCC Awards: Mixed 220, CW 197, 20m 102, 40m 132

I have 19 Phone countries confirmed. cheeky

I am currently concentrating on the 80m, 30m, 15m and 10m CW awards.

Between 1978 and 10 JULY, 2012

I have logged:

7,894 CW QSO's

1,784 SSB QSO's

126 Misc QSO's

I prefer rag chewing on 30m CW.

I hope to see you on the bands soon,

73,
Tom
Amateur Radio Operator N5GE
ARRL Lifetime Member
QCWA Lifetime Member

 

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NOTICE 16 Sept, 2010:

PLEASE DO NOT SEND QSL CARDS BY MAIL OR BY THE BUREAU. NO KIDDING! NO EXCEPTIONS!

I have stopped keeping paper records and don't plan to keep any more paper QSL cards, but I do want to confirm our QSO's. I upload my QSOs to eQSL and LOTW once a month. Niether of those services charge for keeping your QSO data until you send a qualified request for an award. If you have sent me a paper QSL card with SASE before the above date, be patient. I will return it when I get to it.

Notice 10 July, 2012:

Some of you have continued sending paper cards, so if you send/sent me a QSL card after 16 Sept, 2010 I will not reply unless you send 5USD with your card. That includes cards I have already received after the date above, so you will need to send them again with the 5USD.

17 Sept, 2013:

Be advised  If you send me a QSL card with an SASE, I will send it back to you in your SASE.

 

 

 

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