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My name is Slade. It is my middle name and yes, just like the 1970's rock group.

Licensed originally as KC4WVL on 13 March 1991. NX9P issued on 08 July 2011.
Note: The previous holder of NX9P was Robert G. Xenos (SK on 25 December 1997)

I enjoy all the HF bands on CW, phone, PSK31 and RTTY and I can usually be
found operating during the daylight hours chasing DX and domestic contacts.

Good DX to all!

73 de NX9P

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USA - A Self-Addressed Envelope (SAE) would be nice (but not absolutely nessessary).
DX - I prefer LOTW. If you send a card with a self-addressed envelope (SAE) and
US$2.00 (US International postage rates increased on 1/22/12), I will reply same day.
Bureau cards are a low priority for me. If you are in a hurry, please send direct.

100% LoTW and e-QSL uploaded within 24 hours. Direct QSL or via the Bureau. well. those just take a little bit longer. smiley

 

I observe the DX Code of Conduct.

 


 

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