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WD9HTC from 1/03/1978 thru 2/05/1997


Thanks for the QSO, whether it was a quick contest QSO, or a ragchew. I enjoy most parts of the hobby.

Under the urging of my Dad, AD9P ( ex-WD0DET & WD9GID), I was licensed in 1978, as WD9HTC, while living in central Wisconsin, and kept that call until 1997, when I recieved KI9A. I attended the 1978 W9SM Field Day, and watched Reno, W9NA ( SK ) operate smooth, and fast..then got bit by the contest bug. It hasn't left yet!

Rig is an ICOM 7600 and a Heathkit SB1000 amp. Antennas range from a Cushcraft A3 tribander @ 25', to an openwire fed 80 meter dipole @ 50', a 40 meter loop @40', or a 160 meter Inv L that has the vertical portion up 40'.

I QSL 100%, cards recieved via the buro get answered every other month, direct with SASE are answered usually the same day. Cards with no return postage are answered, but, I wait until I get a pile of them, then drop them off at the post office. I have an account at eQSL, but I think the integrity of that site is questionable at best, and never update it. I found Way too many E.Qsl's I recieved, that I never worked.  I do, however, upload LOTW at least every month, and sometimes the day the contest ends. I encourage you to try LOTW, it isn't that hard, and, works FB!

73 & Thanks for looking!

Chuck KI9A

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