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Hello! I'm Bill.

I was first licensed in 1991 as N7RYW. A real tongue twister. You should have heard some of the DX trying to come back to that call. So I studied up and passed General and Extra so I could get a short, easy to use call.

I'm not a QSL hound or paper chaser, so I use E-QSL.

---> I DO NOT USE PAPER QSLs! <--- Please don't send them expecting a return.

---> I DO NOT USE LOTW<--- Please don't email me demanding I do.

I have been using E-QSL since long before LOTW. It works perfectly for me. ARRL decided not to honor eqsl, even though they orginally said they would. That was not my decision, so please take it up with ARRL. They created the problem, not me!

I now have a second home in Hawaii. It's in a little place called Hana on the island of Maui. I have been able to keep eqsl updated when I change locations, but sometimes they reset my location to my Oregon home. When I catch it I get it changed, and you should then get proper credit for a Hawaii contact.

JT-65 and JT-9: I sometimes get many callers, especially when I am in Hawaii. In order to give out as many contacts as possible I will frequently useĀ  shortened sequences, leaving out the RRR and sometimes the 73. These extras are not needed for a valid contact, only calls and grids or signal reports. By not sending all the extras, I gain enough time for another contact.

As a courtesy to others please honor this process and don't keep sending trying to force me to send RRR or 73. It wastes time and interferes with the next contact.

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