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Welcome to the Amateur Station of NY4G
I enjoy QRP and portable work as well as chasing DX. I was originally licensed in 2009 as a Tech. I got my General ticket in 2010 and my extra class privileges in the same year. I got my current call sign in July of 2010.
I am a member of NAQCC and SKCC and do mostly CW with a sprinkling of Phone, PSK and RTTY
My remaining rigs are both from Elecraft - a K2/100 and a KX3. My antennas are simple wire antennas - a ZS6BKW inverted V at 50 ft, a 50 ft vertical inverted L for 160m, 80m, and 30m, and a homebrew wire Hexagonal Beam at 35 feet above ground. The photo on the left is an earlier one when I still had my TS830S as a new ham. I have built several kit radios including a K2 - SN 7211, a KX-1 SN 2806, a KX3 SN 1211, a 100 watt amplifier KXPA100 and several keyers - a K1EL and a CMOS 4. My Keys are a Begali Simplex, N3ZN single lever, Palm Mini, Palm Pico and a Navy Flameproof Straight Key. I placed 2nd in the 2011 Rookie Roundup, and 2nd in our class in 2012 Field Day. I have been a regular in NAQCC and SKCC sprints..
I am a member of SKCC (Tribune 7288T), NAQCC (5308), QRP-ARCI, Greer Amateur Radio Club, Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Society, ARRL, NCDXCC, Swamp Fox Contest Group
ARRL DXCC-QRP, Mixed and CW, 5 Band DXCC (80-40-20-15-10), 17m DXCC, Phone DXCC
ARRL WAS - Mixed, CW, 40m and QRP, Triple Play WAS
WPX Mixed (786) and CW (676)
QRP-ARCI - WAS, and several 1000m/watt awards
NAQCC - 2 way QRP WAS
Recipient of the ARRL Elmer Award
Thanks for looking me up and visit my blog at http://www.ny4g.blogspot.com
I abide by the CW Code of Conduct
73 Ariel NY4G
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