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Hello,

I was first licensed as WA2RQZ back in December 1960. I operated from an apartment in Greenwich Village, NYC, NY until 1965. I was then mostly inactive and let my license expire for 32 years. I took and passed my FCC tests on June 12, 2003 and I am now back on the air, first as KB1KCI then as W1AJT. I have also passed my Canadian license tests and have VE3UTT as my Canadian call sign. I operate asVE3UTT from:

CQ-Zone 4

Grid FN04wn

I work both in the US and Canada. In Canada, my station consists of an Elecraft K3 or an ICOM 756PRO2 to an ET91B or an Acom 1000. My antennas are an Optibeam 17-4 @ 95 ft., a 43 ft. Vertical, a 2 el 5 band Quad @ 30 ft, an 160m Inv ā€œLā€, and a multiband dipole. All are totally surrounded by trees and the Optibeam, an amazing antenna, is about 10 ft. above the trees. There are no receive antennas. I operate on 6,10,12,15,17,20,30,40,80, and 160 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31, and JT-65 mostly on weekends and especially in contests.

I QSL 100% but will only QSL first mode/band cards received due to the high volume of cards I get. I return cards in the same way I receive them and they can be sent either to VE3UTT or W1AJT.

I look forward to meeting you on the air.

73, Art

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