2014 ARRL Centennial QSO Party
QSOs with W3EP are worth 50 points as an ARRL Headquarters Staff Volunteer (HQ). Points are automatically credited to your LoTW awards account. For more information, check the ARRL web site at www.arrl.org/centennial-qso-party.
First licensed as a Novice (1961), then General (1962) and Extra (1964) in Maryland. W3EP since 1977.
Permanent residence in Connecticut from 1986 to the present.
Also operated portable or mobile from: C6A, G, KL7, TF, VP9; VE1-4, 9, VO1, VY2; and all US call areas.
Current bands: 28, 50, 70 (cross-band), 144, and 432 MHz
Interests: VHF, propagation, contesting, and amateur radio history
6 meter WAS, WAC, DXCC (#184), and VUCC (1100 endorsement)
2 meter and 70 cm VUCC
Wrote "World Above 50 MHz" in QST (1992-2002) and Beyond Line of Sight (ARRL, 1992). Contributed a chapter to the ARRL Handook and more than two dozen articles have appeared in in QST, QEX, NCJ, CQ, CQ VHF, Six News, and other amateur radio publications.
ARRL Technical Assistant (TA) and Headquarters Tour Guide.
Member: American Radio Relay League (ARRL), UK Six Metre Group (UKSMG), North East Weak Signal Group (NEWS), Yankee Clipper Contest Club (YCCC), and the Antique Wireless Association.
QSL cards are sent promptly via post with SASE (domestic) or SAE plus US $1.00 for postage (foreign), or via the Bureau. I assume that domestic QSLs without SASE are not expecting a return QSL. Foreign QSL requests without return postage are sent via the Bureau.
LoTW uploads: All ARRL Ten-Meter Contests, all other contests since 2010, and most general HF and VHF operating since 2013.
I will upload any older QSO from my paper logs on request to W3EP@ARRL.NET.
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