NV4B/5 - I occasionally operate VHF/UHF from Woodall Mountain, the highest point in Mississippi, in EM54vs, Tishomingo County. I have operated these contests from there:
2015 ARRL June VHF Contest
2014 ARRL June VHF Contest
2013 ARRL June VHF Contest
2011 CQ WW VHF Contest
2011 ARRL June VHF QSO Party
GENERAL QSL INFO:
For stateside QSL requests, please QSL direct with SASE.
For QSL requests from outside the U.S., please QSL direct with $1 USD. International postage from the U.S. is now $1.20, so a minimum of $1 is needed to return a card.
Logbook of the World and eQSL are 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 use QRZ Logbook.
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 broadcast engineer for several AM and FM stations in northwest Alabama
QRV most modes 80m-6m. I occasionally operate 160m in the fall/winter but do not have a permanent 160m antenna
I enjoy VHF/UHF hilltopping on 50, 144, 222, and 432 MHz, with 1296 MHz coming soon
Current interests include DXing, contesting, and homebrewing, although I've done a little bit of everything in the hobby over the years!
Primary station equipment: Ten-Tec Omni V,Yaesu FT-847, Solarcon A99 vertical on 50' tower, G5RV at 30', 3-el 6m Yagi at 25', manually rotated
VHF/UHF portable station: Yaesu FT-690RII (6m), Yaesu FT-817ND (xvtr IF/2m/432), Down East Microwave 222 transverter, Ramsey PA-10 2m amplifier for 2m (modified), Tokyo Hy-Power HL-45U amplifier for 432. 3 elements on 6m, 4 elements on 2m, 6 elements on 222, and 6 elements on 432. I also have a Down East Microwave 1296 transverter that I haven't set up yet for use in future VHF/UHF contests