Please don't call me Jim. My name is James, and that is what I go by.
My XYL recently got her Technician Class license. Congratulations to W8LUV!
I love to collect QSL cards, so I send QSL cards to nearly every ham I contact. I usually send cards direct within a week of the QSO, unless the ham's profile page here on QRZ.com says to do otherwise. I always include a return envelope. For US contacts and managers, I include an SASE. For DX contacts, I include either a Greenstamp (GS) (or two) or a current IRC. If you have a preference, please make sure to note it on your QRZ page. If there is no preference for GS or IRC on QRZ.com, I usually consult W9OL or N6DHZ. If this information is incorrect for your country, please take a moment and let them (and me!) know.
Note: For contests, I only send out QSLs for new band/mode contacts. If you need or would like my QSL card, you can contact me via email or send me a card by your preferred method. I reply 100% to all received QSL cards!
If you have received a QSL card from me, please send one back by the same method (Bureau or Direct). If you have a moment, please drop me a note by email to let me know that my QSL card arrived.
When sending me a QSL card, 1 GS or 1 IRC would be appreciated, but it is not necessary.
I welcome SWL reports! If you'd like my QSL card, please make sure to let me know!
I got my Technician class Ham Radio license in September, 2004, and upgraded to General class in October, 2004, back when you still had to pass the 5 WPM CW test. I got my Extra class ticket a few months later in January, 2005. My original callsign was KD8AIE, but after being called "K8-EIEIO" one too many times on the air, I decided a callsign with fewer consecutive vowels was in order. My current callsign, NF8I, was issued to me in April, 2005.
Wanna know something else about me? Just drop me a line by email!
73 de James, NF8I
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