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First licensed in 1977 while stationed at Moffett Field California as WD6DJB.
I was transferred in 1979 to Rota Spain and after 3rd party was signed operated as WD6DJB/EA7. I flew as an Air-crewman (Enlisted) in the Navy so was able to operate as KG4RS in 1979 and VQ9RS in 1980. From there I went to the great state of Maine and Became KB1AQ. 1988 found me back in Washington and changed to KF7QZ. I finally received my Extra and July 2002 I applied for and received N7HJ. My latest call sign came in Sept of 2005 as I never felt like N7HJ was mine, and I worked a lot of PSK (almost 90%) so I applied for and received W7PSK. I also Guest Operated at KG6DX (when Guam was KG6), A9XIJ and SV0AE.

The only contests I enter are ARRL November Sweepstakes (Both CW and SSB) and sometimes DX Contests.

I just completed 8 Band WAS and 8 band digital WAS, Im working on CW and SSB now.

 

Look for me on K3UK for LOTW SKEDS

http://www.obriensweb.com/sked/index.php?board=lotw


HARD CARD QSLS NOTE: Im a little slow in Hard card QSL. I will send them 100% but I print them in Batches of 4 by using the card stock supplied by http://www.hamstuff.com/ . its preferred card stock. So I like to get about 10 sheets full before I QSL. So Take heart I keep every card coming in and when I get a batch I print and send out. IF YOU REALLY REALLY NEED it for an award or something let me know and Ill try to do a quick batch.



I have discovered 6 meters. During the weekend of 11-12 June 2011, I played in the ARRL VHF test giving my SteppIR a work out. So Im on my way to WAS 6 Meters. The count so far.


6 meter LOTW State count as of 14 March 2013.


Alabama WB4KDI
Alaska KL0RG
Arizona AA7A
California N6KJ
Colorado W0LV
Florida N4ABN
Idaho KM7R
Indiana W9ZRX
Kansas NW0K
Louisiana W5ADD
Mississippi N5KDV
Nebraska K0HA
New Mexico W5WVO
North Dakota ND0B
South Carolina AA4SC
Texas WD5K
Utah K7KKY
Washington KC7QR


States that I worked and not QSL'd yet

CT, VT, ME, MA, SD and WY.

 


 

 

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