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Thanks for the lookup. I enjoyed SWL years ago but never got licensed. Finally got on the air as a General class with the call sign KD5EPC in March 2007. Upgraded to Extra Class in April 2007. Then changed to my present call NF5Z.

I spent over 25 years as a corporate lawyer with a large New Orleans firm. Retired from law and for the last 12 years have been the internet sales manager for the New Orleans Mercedes-Benz dealership. The job doesn't leave a lot of time to get on the air but I try to get on as often as I can.I live in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans which is within walking distance of downtown New Orleans and the French Quarter.

My primary interest in ham radio has been DX and I am a member of the Delta DX Association (DDXA). My station consists of: Icom IC-718 transceiver, LDG Z100 automatic tuner and a Rigblaster Pro. I also have an ICOM IC-2200H two meter rig to contact the DDXA repeater. Before I moved to my present QTH I was using a K4KIO hex beam. Because I now live in an historic district I need a permit to put up the hex beam. Hopefully it will be up soon. Meanwhile I am using a half-wave 20 meter attic dipole and using mostly JT65.

I QSL 100% and I upload my log often to LOTW.

73,

Harry

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