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First licensed in 1962 as WN9EWZ, then as WA9EWZ, and now W9EWZ. Photo below is circa 1967.

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My station has been relocated from a downtown Chicago high-rise (where I operated with indoor antennas) to rural Rock County in southern Wisconsin (EN52kr).

I enjoy CW, chasing DX on hf bands and the fast pace of contesting. Especially interested in Es, tropo, m/s and aurora on 6 and 2 meters. I am a newbie to top band DXing (to which I have quickly become addicted). I subscribe to the DX Code of Conduct and welcome suggestions for improving my signal and operating.

For now, I continue to work in Chicago as a research professor in an orthopaedic surgery department. Looking forward to retirement in our new country home with my beautiful wife and some real antennas.

Please QSL direct or via the bureau. I enjoy sending my own home-made cards and collecting cards from others. I would very much appreciate receiving yours.

73, Bob

 

 

 

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