ad: L-HROutlet
ad: l-rl
ad: Subscribe

Login is required for additional detail.


Email: Login required to view

Ham Member Lookups: 11264


I have been a ham continuously since age 17 (1977). My original callsign was WD0FLW. I spend most of my time chasing DX on CW, although I can also be found ragchewing on phone, CW, or digital modes on any band from 160m-2m + 70cm (no 1.25m at present). On VHF/UHF I concentrate on meteor scatter with MSK144 when there's no other propagation. I also work on awards using LoTW to confirm all QSOs.

So far:

  • WAS CW (mixed bands)
  • WAS 160 Meters CW
  • 5BWAS CW
  • DXCC CW (mixed bands)
  • 5BDXCC - All CW
  • DXCC CW - 30, 17, & 12 Meters
  • VUCC - 6 Meters

Working on DXCC on 160 meters but from western North America 160 is very difficult!

I hold a Ph.D. in history (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1996), with specialties in modern Europe and modern east Asia. My dissertation addressed civil-military conflict in the foreign policy process in Austria-Hungary in the years immediately preceding the First World War.

Other activities include fly fishing, snowshoeing, hiking, bicycling, camping and (indoors) playing classical piano and writing fiction / non-fiction. The fish I'm holding is a 13 lb. (5.5kg) Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaykush) caught at Blue Mesa Reservoir near Gunnison, CO.

QSL: I prefer Logbook of The World and upload all logs at least once each month. For direct QSL, send only a self addressed envelope -- no IRCs, stamps, or $$ necessary. I no longer receive or send cards via the bureau.

8372473 Last modified: 2017-10-06 16:41:10, 1722 bytes

Login Required

Login is required for additional detail.

Apply for a new Vanity callsign...

You must be logged in to file a report on this page

Please login now...

Public Logbook data is temporarily not available for this user
ad: giga-db
Copyright © 2018 by QRZ.COM
Thu Jan 18 11:18:40 2018 UTC
CPU: 0.049 sec 57649 bytes mp