As of 7/14/09 I am now on 6 Meters from EM32. I hope to work your grid there.
You can see the weather at my ham shack here: http://www.wc5m.com/wx.htm.
AWARDS: WAS/CW 1985==DXCC/CW 1986==Nominated for the ARRL A-1 Operator's Club 2008==WAS 160m 2008==40 WAZ/CW 2009==5BWAZ 2010 (still need zones 22,23,24,26 and 37 on 80 and 22 on 40 to have all 200)==DXCC 160m 2010==5BDXCC 2011
Assistant Administrative EC for Ouachita Parish, Louisiana ARES
NTS&NTSD Official Relay Station
Born in 1961. Retired from my job as an Electrical Engineer after 17 years in the commercial broadcast radio and cellular telephone industries. First licensed in 1982 as KA5OXX, I became KE5SB in 1984, and finally WC5M in 1985. I enjoy chasing DX on CW. I recently became active on PSK31 and RTTY as well. My brother, WC5N, is also very active chasing DX on CW and RTTY. My dad K5WGQ (SK) was a very active CW DXer. I'm a W5YI and ARRL certified Volunteer Examiner. I enjoy Elmering new hams and building multi-band antennas and air-powered "antenna shooters". ARRL Life Member.
Radios: Icom 746PRO, Kenwood TS-440S/AT
Amplifier: Ameritron AL-811, 600 Watts
1) Cushcraft A3S Beam at 35 feet.
2) Ground-mounted Butternut HF9V vertical.
3) 160 meter full-wave loop fed with 400 ohm ladderline at 50 feet.
4) 160 Meter Inverted-L with approximately 100 feet of the driven element vertical.
5) Arrow 4-element 6-meter beam.
6) Cushcraft D3W WARC-band rotatable dipole.
Computer: Homebrew Intel Core 2 Quad Processor with 8GB RAM
Digital Interface: Tigertronics Signalink USB.
QSL policy: I have uploaded all my past HF logs to LoTW and eQSL and add new contacts daily. I respond to all QSL cards including bureau and direct.
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