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The FCC knows me as "John", but I go by my middle name - Dave.

If you are QSL'ing for W6RDF (PLARC), please include an SASE.

LOTW is my prefered method of QSL.

If you are QSL'ing for a VHF/UHF grid other than DM12 please include an SASE.

For all other QSL's for W6MTR: Direct or Bureau - No SASE required

For all QSL's for KI6BPY, please send direct only (NO BUREAU).

My HF antenna is an MA5B that is above the roof of my garage. The radio is a Flex 5000A. I sometimes use an Elecraft KPA500.

I was first introduced to ham radio by WB6LUJ, my junior high school English teacher. He set up a couple of radios and strung wire antennas in a tree at our school during a field day. Myself and a number of other students called CQ and answered CQs late into the night. Twenty-two years later I got the no-code tech license. The dropping of the code requirement allowed me to get my general ticket during a short break between classes during a masters degree.

Hope to meet you on the air.

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