Prefer QSL via LoTW. QSL via direct mail is ok.
You can view my logbook QSOs on Google Maps. To page through the QSOs, scroll to the bottom of the left panel and hit "Next".
I believe in the DX Code of Conduct & adhere to all its rules - please take the time to look at the DX Code of Conduct.
The old QSL card from the early 1980's - notice the Commodore VIC-20 and black & white monitor for RTTY
I got my license in 1983 while still in High School. I was living in Fremont, CA. At that time you had to take the code test for the Extra Class license at an FCC field office. I remember going to the field office in San Francisco taking the 20wpm test while listening to construction crews with jackhammers out the window causing a little QRM - passed the test with no problem. After a few antennas and rigs later my station settled for many years with a three element quad at 60', Butternut HF6V (mainly for 40M/80M), Yaesu FT-102 transceiver and a home-brew 4-1000A (grounded grid configuration). I worked a lot of great DX from that location. After getting married and moving up north (Santa Rosa, CA) I went QRT in 1996 only to get my station back on the air in the summer of 2011. My main interest is still CW but will chase the DX wherever it happens to be.
If anyone needs a QSO for the WPX award feel free to email me to setup a sched.
The K-line on a new bench that I created over the 2015 Christmas break:
At the moment my station consists of the following:
I'm currently living in the Salt Lake City area and work as a software engineer with Keysight Technologies.
73 and hope to see you on the air!
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