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AL6D Alaska flag Alaska

alias for: NJ7H

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QSL: LOTW/Direct

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QSL info for grid roving and DXpeditions:

All contacts will be uploaded to LoTW regularly (at least daily when internet available, via iridium in special circumstances). Cards will be available upon return from trips via direct only to NJ7H with SASE. (I need to make some new cards, so patience please, all paper will be responded to eventually)


Don't worry about SASE for contacts made from EM15, but roving is expensive so a SASE would be appreciated for operations from DX or other non-home locations, it's a lot of work and money to get to these places in the first place.


For LoTW be sure to upload with any international prefix or suffix used (I do not use /P or /M, except /MM and /AM may be used when maritime mobile or aeronautical mobile). 


You'll mostly find me roving all around activating rare grids on satellite (and for 2016 going mad activating NPOTA units, 71 qualified activations as NJ7H, 1 as NJ7H/VE4, 1 as KM4RTS, all but one activation on satellite). 250 /r satellite grids so far! Enjoying operating from obscure, rare, and difficult to get to places. Originally licensed in March, 2016 as KM4RTS. Upgraded to Extra a few months later (sequential call AG5GF) and am enjoying working satellites. Worked the FM birds with an Arrow and one Baofeng HT very succesfully from when I was initially licensed until June of 2016, making satellite contacts with 11 countries and personal distance record of 2600 miles, working SO-50, AO-85, LilacSat-2, and the ISS. Recently got two FT-817NDs to be full duplex and have access to the linear transponder birds. Looking forward to learning more and gaining experience on the transponders, and exploring different modes like PSK31 and JT65. Recently began operating QRP HF with an end-fed dipole. Good success so far with 5W! In my first year as a ham I activated hundreds of grids from multiple DXCC entities. Also licensed as VE6NJH in Canada, C6AGZ in the Bahamas and V31NJ in Belize. Recent graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. 


I have completed WAC Satellite (with QRP endorsement) as well as VUCC Satellite from Oklahoma City (203 grids confirmed as of July, 2017). I also achieved VUCC Satellite in four days of opering in Ilulissat, Greenland (GP49) as OX/NJ7H.

Current personal distance records on satellite is 8003km on AO-7 Mode B using 5W SSB. 

DXCC entities operated from as of July, 2017:

United States W, Canada VE, Bahamas C6, Belize V3, Guatemala TG, Honduras HR, Saint Pierre and Miquelon FP, Iceland TF, Ireland EI, Northern Ireland MI, Netherlands PA, Belgium ON, England M, Guernsey MU, Jersey MJ, Isle of Man MD, Faroe Islands OY, Greenland OX

Satellite rover grids as of July 21, 2017 (314 grids in 22 fields and 18 DXCC entities)


Operating satellites as part of the K5T expedition to the rare grid DL88jx in Big Bend National Park, TX (February 2017)


Worked many satellite passes from the Detah Winter Road on frozen Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories (VE8) making contacts throughout North America, Europe, and Siberia in January/February 2017. Working from the ice roads at night under the Aurora Borealis was a special experience.


Working the FO-29 satellite from Yellowstone National Park, WY for NPOTA 2016


Working the AO-85 satellite from Old Faithful Gyser in Yellowstone for NPOTA 2016


Activating Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (MN14) for NPOTA on SO-50

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