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My rig

I am interested in azimuthal projections, and I wrote a program to generate maps based on data from public sources. I have a website to create azimuthal maps and a blog about it.

My primary rig is an Elecraft K3.

On 17 October 2009, I ran a Jamboree on the Air station for Troop 924. I didn't have a good logging system in place, so my logs for the event are not complete.

Effective 16 May 2008, my new call sign is NS6T, and my previous call was KI6OSR.

I got my first ticket on 21 February 2008. For the first few months, I only operated FM on 6m, 2m, 220, and 440 on my VX-7R. On 28 June 2008, I got my first HF contact, and it was with Russia.

I upload my logs regularly to ARRL's Logbook of the World and eQSL. I am trying for a ARRL DXCC, so I greatly appreciate LoTW QSL's. I also like collecting QSL cards, so I usually send a QSL card to DX stations. I'll also gladly send a QSL card to US operators if they request one.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Northern Calfornia Contest Club, I worked stations with the callsign NS6T/40. For LoTW, I uploaded these with a certificate for NS6T/40.

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