DXCC: Mixed 308, Phone 290, CW 181, Digital 116
DXCC By BAND
DXCC Challenge: 1151
LOTW/EQSL: updated data as of 04-16-13: 62,358 qso's
Equipment: FTDX-3000D, Alpha 78, FT-100D, FT-897D, FT-2800M, VX5R, Tuners: Dentron Super Tuner 160-10AT 1KW, MFJ969 300W
Antennas: Mosley TA-63M 6 Band 6 Ele Beam (20/15/17/12/10 4el, 6m 3el) at 55ft on a Aluma Tower T50XHD, Full half-wave 160m Doublet at 60ft (264ft) for 160-40, PAR-OA50,Homebrew 4ele for 6m,Diamond VX2000 clone, for 2m/70cm local repeater work at 60ft.
2010 CQWPX SOAB(A)LP #1 USA, #1 4th Call Area, #2 North America, #11 World - Record Holder W4 Call Area 1,425,363 pts
Moved to the USA in 2001 and sat the Tech exam, passed my Amateur Extra on the 18th of November 2005, received the callsign of AI4MT, previously held the callsign of KG4TPO. I have since applied for and been granted this Vanity Callsign of NN4F active as of October 2nd 2007
I am a big CW fan although it took me many years to pass the test, I didn't think I would ever use it, well seems i now like it! and use it regularly, since passing my extra in Nov 2005, I can average around 25-30 wpm, I got my speed up using a combination of g4fon and teach, both excellent programs.
You can find me most evenings on 28.450 with the local gang, or on 20m Calling CQ around - 14.170+/-
I am member of the following clubs:
Ridgeville & District Amateur Radio Society https://www.facebook.com/groups/RidgevilleADARS/ (President)
In Memory of the C6APR gang, W2GJ, K3IXD, W3PP and my CW teacher and antenna guru Randy K4QO, gone but never will you be forgotten. The 2009 CQWW SSB is for you guys.-.- .-.- .-.- .-.- on 21st October 2009
Would like to give thanks to Randy, K4QO for helping me pass the code, and being my antenna guru.
2010 CQWW WPX
2008 CQWW WPX
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