Thanks for looking me up.
I was licensed in 1977 as WD6BQI and kept that call until 2007 when I got this Vanity call (my initials). I was inactive for several years but when I retired in April of 2007, after 25 years as a Respiratory Therapist, I rediscovered Amateur Radio. Because of my hearing problems I discovered that the digital modes are much better for me. I still chase DX on SSB but spend most of my time on PSK. I am also experimenting with some other digital modes.
I use eQSL (AG) and also upload my contacts to Lotw, HRDlog.net,Qrz.com and clublog. I love to collect QSL cards and will reply to all cards, I am now retired and on a fixed income but no sase is required. "The final courtesy of a QSO is the QSL."
EPC #5289. 30MDG #765. Dmc#1307.10-X#74865.I am also the Trustee of the European PSK Club station for (U.S. Section 6) K6EPC. Requests for QSLs for K6EPC should be sent to me at my home address with a SASE requested, (Club funds not provided for postage).
If you use eQSL please take a few minutes and get your Authenticity Guarantee (AG). It is FREE and there are three easy ways to obtain it. The only contacts that count for awards by eQSL and CQ magazine are (AG). Even if you don't chase these awards there are a lot of Amateurs who do and may need your contact.
If you work me as W6DAW/qrp I amusing a Flex 1500 running 5watts.It's a lot of fun.
Thanks and see you on the airways.
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