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55 Years of Amateur Radio
First licensed in the summer of 1959 as KN3JCC
I am a know code Extra
Received W0ZD Nov 4th 1977 as an original issue call
I worked my way up the ladder under the old licensing system: Novice (5 WPM), General (13 WPM), Advanced and Extra Class (20 WPM) in October of 1977
Affiliations: ARRL, FISTS, Life Member QCWA, Life menber TREA, USAF Ret.
Ex: G5BEF, GW5BEF, DL4DN, DL4DN/LX, W0GGC, W0GGC/1, W0GGC/9, K3JCC, K3JCC/0, K3JCC/4, K3JCC/5
HF Station = Yaesu FT-5000, Kenwood TS-2000, Alpha 87A, or HOME BREW Amp 3CX3000A7
Antennas = Force 12 6-20/3-40, Force 12- 4BA 10, 12, 17, 21 on 72 foot motorized tower and Vertical for 160, 80, 30
VHF Station = TS-2000, Command Technologies Commander II 750 watt amp & Cushcraft 4218 XL, 18 element two meter yagi
ARRL DXCC Honor Roll
Mixed 337 = Worked - 336 Confirmed, CW = 315 Worked - 313 Confirmed, Phone = 276 Worked - 276 Confirmed
ARRL 7 Band DXCC
80m, 40m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m
ARRL DXCC Challenge Award
Awards G5BEF (Circa 1974)
Mixed = 114 Confirmed
Awards DL4DN (Circa 1965)
Mixed = 104 Confirmed
ELECTRONIC QSL = VIA LOTW
REAL PAPER QSL = SEND DIRECT WITH SASE OR WITH 1 IRC.
ALL OTHER PAPER QSL CARDS = VIA BUREAU. Sorry No E-QSL
I look forward to having a QSO with you sometime. Look for me on 20 and 40 meter CW/SSB and 10 meter SSB when the band is open.
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