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Licensed since 2007.

KI4YMD -> K3DC -> K4FH.

I send out QSL cards and also use LoTW.

I've been doing a lot of CW lately.  In the winter of 2009 I spent many hours learning the code.  Around late summer of 09 I got the courage up to make my first QSO.  The summer of 2010 I was not happy ay my progression level and eralized I had only may 45 CW contacts since I started this project.  I'm on a mission to make at least one CW contact per day or spend an hour practicing.   Most times I can make the contact since I'm at home.  When I travel I have to look more to practice to get my speed up.   It's been a rought road but I'm hoping by the time I get to 100 or 200 QSOs my speed will be at 13-15wpm.   I'm able to carry some conversations on air and I'm able to make quick contacts for DXpeditions.  I use an iambic paddle but have never really used a straight key.  Maybe when I get better I'll try one out.


If we talk on the air send me your card.  No SASE required.  I'll send one back.


I've added a online log book feature.  I use xlog that runs under Linux.  I've written a perl program that converts the xlog file to a SQLite3 database and transfers it to my website.  There is a perl on that website that will allow you to view the last 50 entries and do a search.




Atlanta Radio Club

Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society

North Fulton Amateur Radio League

North GA QRP


NAQCC: 3501

SKCC: 7069

FISTS: 14923








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