The profile photo is from an experiment to make my station portable. Here I am working WW0DB on DominoEX5 on 20m from my driveway on a nice February afternoon.
Formerly KJ4ONU, upgraded to AJ4UQ in December 2009. I like digital modes, but don't like the macro QSO. I'm a sucker for people using uncommon digital modes. Otherwise I spend my time watching PSK31 or CW on HF. I monitor the local Charleston repeaters, particularly WA4USN on 146.79MHz, and am playing with the NCPRN/SCHEART DMR network.
I learned CW just because, and am working to get my speed up. I am now SKCC #8571, so hopefully I'll spend more time on my Dad's Lionel J-38 key. I have also developed an unhealthy attraction to QRP CW contests like the QRP Fox Hunts (hint for success: get out of the house. Get out of town).
Skip, KH6TY, has provided some antenna designs and has me filling my attic with VHF and UHF antennas. Our regular net on 145.700 Contestia 64/1000 now reaches into Florida on Wednesdays at 2000 ET and Sundays at 2030ET.
I use LOTW. For DX contacts I'll drop a card in the Bureau unless your QRZ profile says not to. I'll reply to any cards received, no SASE needed.
Member of: Charleston ARS, Trident ARC, Swamp Fox Contest Group, SKCC, NAQCC, LIDS_CW, ARRL.
I'm @aj4uq on Twitter. That account is limited to Ham-related news and #WATwitter.
AJ4UQ/7 in Wyoming.
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