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Thanks for checking out my page. Retired Paramedic here. I am a third generation Ham. Originally from NJ, now living in TN. My previous call sign was KD2FPX, I changed it to K4OCY (Ocean City) when I moved to TN. I work 10 through 40, occasionally  2m/70cm, and 10, 20, 30 meter JT65.   I monitor 146.52 most of the day.

***Upgraded to Extra 11/11/2017***

If we work CW, please be patient with my mistakes and slow speed,  still new to it, thanks! If you want to schedule a slow-speed QSO email me. I monitor +/- 7.114 mosts days and evening. 

My main station is made up of an Alinco DXSR8T, AL-100 tuner into an OCF dipole at 35ft. Signalink USB for digital modes. HTX-100 10 meter rig and a tuned Wilson 1000 in the truck. Yaesu FT817nd for portable ops. I have various dual band HT's. Bencher RJ-1 straight key and an MFJ paddle for CW. 

My station runs primarily on solar power.  

QSL via QRZ logbook, LoTW or direct. 

I no longer use eQSL. 

I do send paper QSL cards. I usually send them with SASE or according to QSL directions. If I hear your beacon, I will send a card. If you send me one, I will return one, no SASE or cash required. 

I am active in fishing, hunting, kayaking, geocaching, and metal detecting. This is a great area for all of that.


Thanks for stopping by...73.   Mat, K4OCY

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