Here is my NEED List: Libya + Heard Island
First licensed as (WN6EJL) in 1975, it was later followed in 1976 with WA6EJL when I upgraded to General Class. After another upgrade to Advanced Class, I recieved my current call, WN6K, issued in the fall of 1985 when I upgraded to Extra Class.
My main radio interests are DXing and Contesting. It does not matter what mode SSB,CW or RTTY, if there is a contest, large or small, I am usually on the air begging for a contact. 99 percent of the time I am in the Low Power (less than 100 - 200 watts)Class. I do this for neighbor sanity mostly but also my Dad taught me long ago that it made no sense to pick a fight with the "big Guys."
My current station is an FTdx5000 MP with a SteppIR DB18 on my W-51 Tower at 55 feet. Below that is an OCF dipole wire fed at 50 feet for 80/160m which works "ok" on CW.
I have been Past President of both the Palomar Amateur Radio Club (PARC) here in San Diego County as well as the San Diego DX Club. I belong to the Southern CA Contest Club (SCCC) and that is where the scores get 'claimed.'
In 2005, W6NOW and I went to Panama and did a couple of weekends- expedition / field day style....
QSLs for HP1/WN6K as well as my XE2/ stints go to the home address.
CQ TEST - CQ TEST de Whiskey Norway Six Killowatts .......K
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