All QSO's except /1 since 10/10/2013 are in LOTW.
QSL's are unfortunately obsolete now (except for VHF/UHF). I PREFER LOTW.
Stateside SASE preferred. Overseas direct greenstamp pse.
I got my general at age 13, skipped the novice and tehnician class licenses.
My Elmer was my uncle Tom, W2MS/W2YTH. Two of my 4 kids are hams, N3PUR and N3NWN.
FOC 2092, CWops 750, FISTS 5877, SKCC 14351, QRP ARCI 1114.
All contest contacts since 1991 are in LOTW and EQSL, otherwise send conventional QSL card pse.
400,000 contacts since 1991.
Made 35,500 QSO's in 2016. Operate CW, SSB, RTTY, VHF, UHF, QRP, PAQP contests.
Ragchew on 7030. I have 12 working boatanchor rigs.
Retired after 29 years in diagnostic radiology.
Old calls: K3YQJ, W2ECT, W1HUY, W3HBJ.
Operate 160 meters to 1296 MHz.
I am best known for my articles in NCJ, CQ, Nuts and Volts, and CQ-VHF.
Have about 170 certificates for winning contests (from back when they printed certificates).
I am CW ambassador to the NE USA for CWops. Medically, I have a mild case of M.S.
Have been FD chairman many times. Member Frankford Radio Club, Susquehanna Valley ARC (W3VPJ), and Mt. Airy VHF Radio Club.
Classic rigs: Ameco AC1-T, HT-37, TR-4, NC-270, ARC-5(2), T-60, HB 6MJ6, HB 6AQ5, 2-C, NC-300, DX-60.
Member FOC, CWops, OOTC, QCWA, CFO, FISTS, QRP ARCI, RSNA, ACR, ARRS.
I have operated M/M or M/S at K3MD, K3MD/KP2, K3MD/VP2V, N3PUR, K3OMP, WA3GPE, W1VPY, W3VPJ, K3BW, N3QC, W1NJM, K2AA/2, W3CCX, N3NGE, WE3C, K3ANS, W3GHD, K3MJW, W3KWH, AB3ER.
Old array 10/15/6 Not up anymore
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