For stateside QSL requests, please QSL direct with SASE. Requests without return postage, or QSLs sent as postcards will not be answered.
For QSL requests from outside the U.S., please QSL direct with $1 USD. International postage from the U.S. is now $1.15, so a minimum of $1 is needed to return a card.Bureau requests will not be answered.
Logbook of the World and eQSLare kept up to date within a day or so of most QSOs. If you expected a match, but did not receive one, please e-mail me.
ClubLog is updated once every month or so as keeping it up to date is a bit more difficult for me than LoTW or eQSL. If you have made a QSO with me since I last updated it and want to know if you are in the log, you are welcome to e-mail.
I do not and will not use QRZ Logbook.
NV4B/5 -I operated the 2013 and 2011 ARRL June VHF Contests and 2011 CQWW VHF Contest as NV4B/5, single-op QRP portable from Woodall Mountain, the highest point in Mississippi, in EM54vs, Tishomingo County. The NV4B/5 log has been uploaded to LoTW and eQSL.
First licensed June 17, 1996 as KF4KLG. Upgraded and became KT4XA in October 1996. Current vanity call acquired September 2000
Employed as a software engineer for a telecom equipment company; also a part-time staff engineer for two broadcast radio stations
QRV most modes 80m-6m
Interests include DX'ing, homebrewing, and QRP
Primary station equipment: Ten-Tec Omni V,Yaesu FT-847, Solarcon A99 vertical on 50' tower, G5RV at 30'
QRP radios: Yaesu FT-817ND, Heathkit HW-8, Small Wonder Labs SW+20
Repeaters -- Co-owner of the 147.16+, 147.21+ (PL 103.5), 147.36+, 146.79-, and 444.675+ repeaters in Franklin Co., AL
I enjoy chasing countries, states, and grid squares. All of the following have been earned with 100W and simple wire or vertical antennas: