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Previously: WA1WFH, KH6ESM

My present call is W1TW as of May 12, 2000.

Althought technically my previous call was AA1VB, I only held it for one month and did not make a significant amount of contacts using it.

I did, however, make a significant amount of contacts with my WA1WFH call.

I was first Licensed in Hawaii as WH6ESM (Novice, 1962) and then KH6ESM (General, 1962).

I moved to California changing my call to WB6ZIG ( 1965).

I returned to Hawaii after six years and reclaimed my KH6ESM call (1971).  My stay in Hawaii did  not last too long as I moved to the Boston area in Massachusetts after two years.

My initial call in New England was WA1WFH which was assigned to me in 1973. I upgraded to ADVANCED in 1993 and kept my WA1WFH call.

On March 25, 2000, I took my EXTRA exam and got my EXTRA ticket before the restructure of April 15, 2000 took place. I applied for a new call and was assigned AA1VB. I later applied for and got my present call : W1TW.

I work mostly CW, but I also use SSB, RTTY  and other forms of Radio Communications.

I am intrigued by Contesting, working DX and exchanging QSL cards.


W1TW:  05/30/2000; 12/08/2012, 03/28/2013, 02/04/2014, 03/17/2014, 04/10/2014



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