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Above picture: Field of Beverages, covering six directions.

Member of the Rochester DX Association, North Coast Contesters, CWOps (#697), A-1 Operator Club, and ARRL. Former member of GSBARC, LIDXA, and YCCC. Originally licensed as a Novice in 1994, acquired present call in 1998.

DXpedition calls: V31AM, PZ5RO, PJ4J, PJ4/N2ZN, VP2MVV.

I used to live on Long Island, NY (IOTA NA-026), and was active from there from 1994-2006. If you worked me during that period and need a card for NA-026, please send QSL's to the above address. I am also QSL manager for NV2G (2006-2011), KN3O (2011-2013), NF2Z, and V31AM.

I am also QSL manager for all of WJ2O's DXpeditions.  Please see wj2o.com for all of Dave's expeditions, and to confirm you are in the log-please also include an SASE for any QSL card requests.  Note: Due to DX Cluster/Internet fraud, I can no longer answer SWL cards. 

If you need Wayne County, NY for any of the County Hunter awards, just drop me a line. I also have recently reinstalled my mobile setup, so I can help with the adjacent counties also.  I am active yearly in the NY QSO Party as a mobile, operating from several new counties every year.

I relocated to upstate NY in December 2006, first living just south of Rochester, and then moved in 2009 to my current location, about 15 miles east of Rochester. I am very active with DXing and contesting, either as a single op or as a multiop, and have been/am part of contest teams at W2FU, K2NNY, W2RDX, N2WK, and W2CCC. 

Awards held: DXCC Mixed, CW, SSB, and RTTY, WAS Mixed, CW, SSB, RTTY, Triple Play, WAC, WAZ, and 160 Meter WAS. Still collecting cards for IOTA, VUCC, and DXCC Challenge. I also earned a mixed WAS award when operating in Belize as V31AM, all through LOTW. Ain't technology grand?

The station consists of two FT-1000 MP Mark 5's, an Alpha 76, an Amp Supply LK-500, and a variety of wire antennas for all bands.  I use six Beverage antennas for receving during the winter months.  All transmitting and receiving antennas are individually switchable and availble at either radio for SO2R operation.

73, Ken

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