QSL via eQSL.cc and LOTW ... QRZ if you wish :) I don't normally send paper QSLs, but if you post me a SASE I'll be happy to send one.
Thanks for visiting! I was first licensed in 1993 as a Tech but didn't really pursue it and let my license expire. In September 2015 I caught the ham Bug again and got my new license. In November 2015 I upgraded to General. Then in July 2016 I got my Extra and changed my callsign to KW4WP. I enjoy HF Data and Packet, SSB voice, CW [when I finally get it down!] D-STAR, Broadband-Hamnet, (EDIT: I quit the BBHN Mesh because apparently there is virtually no interest and no activity on the project...) and local FM repeaters the most. I've been playing with DMR lately and absolutely love it. The best digital voice quality I've yet to hear, and using just half an FM channel. I have a Fusion radio but it's VHF, and the only repeaters I could reach are down :( What luck! Maybe I'll get a taste of C4FM one day. The radio is an APRS digipeater now hi-hi.
I live in Stone Mountain, GA USA (a suburb of Atlanta.)
I'm a member of the Alford Memorial Radio Club here in Stone Mountain which operates an excellent FM repeater atop Stone Mountain.
If you wish, click to my new humble ham site at http://kw4wp.ga
73s and good luck to all!
Here is my very pro (haha) QSL card:
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