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My name is Bill Richardson and I live in the City of Madison, MS. I am in my mid 40's with a wonderful wife, daughter and son. Most of my time is spent with the family, but I do have time for my hobbies. I am into amateur radio, rc airplanes, and computers.

I am an ARRL HQ staff with the designation of being a ARRL Teacher Institute Instructor... I count for 50 points. I upload to LOTW for the ARRL Cent. Celebration.

My main radio interests are digital HF, SSB HF, and satellites.

My sat rig is a Kenwood D7Acurrently dead at the moment , arrow dual band type antenna, and a Sony digital voice recorder. The home rigs are a Kenwood TS-2000, MFJ tuner, US Interface - Navigator (Digital Soundcard int.), and a few other rigs around the house gathering dust.

My Elmer was W5AA (SK) Dick Brown when he lived near Madison, MS. I really remember the cabinets full of QSL cards! I wish I had asked more questions back then. It sure would have gotten my DXCC sooner!

My Awards so far are:

DXCC: #41,777

W.A.S. #52,571

WAC: no number

I will QSL LOTW on all qsl's sent to me. I also regularly update on LOTW and occasionally EQSL if I have time. Direct QSL'ing may be a little slow, but usually get it out soon enough. I erally enjoy getting the cards in and seeing the personallity behind them. I use LOTW, EQSL, Direct, and really like to send out the DX QSL's via www.globalqsl.com It has been a good service so far, and hope to see more cards coming in.

My homepage is www.myhamshack.com/n5vei

Two years ago I was an attendee of the ARRL Teachers Institute at Newington, CT at ARRL HQ. I operated W1AW... that is a milestone in a true ham radio operators career. Luckily I was able to make some contacts back home. It was a blast to operate such a fine station!

Most recently I attended the ARRL Teacher's Institute 2 in Dayton Ohio. We learned A HUGE amount about satellites, ISS, and other space communications. Thanks to the DARA club up in Dayton. There clubhouse is amazing!


I am also the QSL manager for the local school ham radio club. The club callsign is KC5NXD. Please check it out and email the kids or try to arrange a contact.

If you need any information please email me.

73, N5VEI

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