Thanks for looking up my call sign. I became licensed in 1993 as a Technician. Most of the time I was active on VHF 2M only and listened to aircraft all the time since I live near and work in the airport. In 2000 became inactive due to age of radios. 2012 decided to get a new radio and upgrade my license. In 2013 upgraded to Extra and changed my call sign. Currently using a Kenwood TH-6FA, Icom ID-51A Plus for D-Star with DVAP while on my QTH, and ICOM 7000 with an AH-4 tuner. Sept 2016: DMR MD-390 portable(learning new toy). Having lots of fun! Also, Advance Skywarn spotter. I enjoy participating in making contact with special event stations. *****Sept 2016: new QTH. Antennas are up.*****
*****March 2016: New Amp and wires strung on bakyard****
Hope to make a contact!
I reply to all QSL cards received.
I enjoy listening, learning from 100 watts & a wire podcast and facebook posts. All related to the new hamsand equipment.
73' and have a wonderful time!
Currently I am a participant of the Disney Emergency Amateur Radio Service (D.E.A.R.S.). Their repeaters are connected by DARI to other Disney/ABC repeaters in the country (NY, CT, NJ, DC, PA, VA, CA, MA soon AZ), so by one VHF repeater and echo link, many contacts can be made. Resort has 4 working repeaters: FM, Fusion, DMR and a D-Star repeater (WD4WDW). Idi yourself with your location for quicker QSO. Check the website. http://www.wd4wdw.org/
Old design WD4WDW QSL card.
ARRL 2014 Centennial WAS and Points Challenge Certificates.
****previous call sign(kd4wkh) logbook on QRZ is lost. but is current and uploaded on LoTW****
Last Man Standing (Mike Baxter, KA0XTT)show (ABC Television).
My personal QSL Card made it to the Office Shack Wall of Fame on the show (Season 4).
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