VA2WA has replaced my another call VA2WDQ which I stopped using on July 15, 2013.
Also using call VE2EKA since 2009 for activity frome CQ Zone 2 only and sometimes VC2W during WPX contest.
ex calls: RA3DBD (1986-1991),RA3DQ (1991-2008), ZS1/RA3DQ (1999), VA2WDQ (since 2003), VC2A (CQ WW DX SSB/CW 2010), VC2W (CQ WPX 2008, 2010, 2015), FP/VA2WA (2011, 2012).
Member of the Contest Group du Quebec (http://www.contestgroupeduquebec.com)
I could use two different QTH for contests: FN35 or FN36 (a new contest shack)
Licensed since 1986
5BDXCC (+160m, 30m, 17m and 12m endoesements), 5BWAS, DXCC (310), Challenge (2161), WAZ-160m (z31)
QSL info for FP/VA2WA
No more QSL via buro!
Direct QSL USA - SASE (2$ or 1 IRC), Other contries - (3$ or 1 IRC) ***.
Direct QSL via OQRS PayPal email@example.com 3$ USA, 4$ others.
*** Canada Post rates for an envelope up to 30g: USA $1.20+Taxes, International $2.50+Taxes, Taxes in QC: GST -5%, QST 9.975%.
July 20-31, 2012 http://www.to2u.contestgroupduquebec.com
ITU Zone 9
CQ Zone 5
VHF Grid: GN17tc
Great thanks to Motel Miquelon and toPatricia, Motel's manager for a great hospitality (http://moteldemiquelon.wifeo.com/index.phpandhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5hAJvmJooA). My personal thanks to Jean-Pierre, FP5CJ for a great assistance during my stay in St.Pierre et Miquelon. I'm very gratefull to Paul, K9OT for all advises and info regards operation from St.Pierre et Miquelon.
At my home QTH:
Rigs: 2 x Kenwood TS-590S, Kenwood TS-830S
PA: Ameritron AL-80B (750 watts)
I/O: Winkey-USB, DXBase - for everyday, N1MM - for contests only
ANT: 20-15-10 2 el. yagi (Cushcraft MA5B) 10 meters up., 160-80-40 Inverted L - 27 meters long, 9 meters up. 6m - Cushcraft 3 el. yagi
I live in a restricted area so I can't have something toller then 10 meters. All my antennas should be inside 200 sq.meters backyard.
CW is my favorite mode. Here is my Morse key collection:
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