Logs for ARRL DX CW Contest 1997, ARRL DX Contest SSB 1998, 8P9RM Dxpedition Feb 2013 + 8P1V ARRL DX SSB Contest are now on LOTW. More than 45,000 QSOs now on LOTW!
P4/W1VE Log for February 2015 now on LOTW
GREAT NEWS! Most contest logs from 2011-2015 have been uploaded to LOTW! If you want a card, please SASE to CBA (Hancock, NH)
Very fun ARRL DX SSB from the K2LE/1 station in Vermont via Remote!
Pre/Post ARRL DX CW operations from Aruba as P4/W1VE: Please QSL Direct to USA CBA. QSLs are at the printer and should be going out within a week or two. If you send a card and don't get one back, please ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will be on LOTW in a while.
CQWW CW 2013 and ARRL DX Contests (2014) operations were from K2LE/1, Reedsboro, Bennington County, Vermont.
Recent contests from the Remote:
- NA Sprint SSB
Coming up: ARRL DX CW (I'll be P40LE from Aruba, operating M/S with Andy, K2LE)
I do much og my operating via Remote these days. I have an Elecraft K3/0 Mini, a www.remoterig.com RRC box, and a high-speed internet connection to my good friend, Andy, K2LE's Vermont station, a fantastic contest station nestled in far southern part of the green mountains of Vermont.
If you are interested in Remote Operating, check out http://www.remotehams.com -- this site offers free software for both station and remote sides, and it works very, very well.
Automated QSLing doesn't like differnt states for the same callsign. So, my physical QSL card is the best way to confirm a QSO with a card in the mail. An SASE is appreciated. If you had sent me an SASE in the past, and you never received a card, I would appreciate an email to email@example.com -- send me the QSO information, and, if I can confirm, I'll send the QSL.
Hello fellow hams!
I am a native of Nova Scotia, on Canada's eastern coast. However, I currently live in southwestern New Hampshire. My amateur radio experience began back in 1976, when I was first licensed as WA4UUX. AK4L, my extra call, came quickly, and I held that call till 1996, when I became W1VE. When I went back to Canada for college in 1979, I took the Canadian Amateur Radio tests and first became VE1BXC. Later, I changed that to VE1CER, and finally to VE1RM.
My interest in ham radio led to a job at ARRL HQ, from 1980-83. I worked in the lab and as a QST Assistant Technical Editor. That was back in the days of Doug DeMaw, W1FB, a fine tutor! If you have the 1982 ARRL Handbook, my picture is on the cover, operating my QSK amp and CW keyboard.
Although I've probably done most things in my career as a ham, the most consistant activity has been contest operating. I love contests, especially CW DX and SS. I've never had a super station at home, but I've had the privledge of operating from some of the best in the world: VE1DXA(@VE1YX), VE9DH, VE1ASJ, KY1H/K1TTT, K1ZZ, K1IR, K2LE/1, W2SZ/1, and many others. In the mid-80s I was part of DXpeditions to Sable (CY0) and St. Paul (CY9) Islands as CY0SAB and CY9SPI. Though business and pleasure travel, I had the opportunity to operate as VP2M/VE1RM, KH6/W1VE and as 6Y6C. We often travel to the Canadian Maritimes on vacation, and you may hear me on as VE1RM, VE9XDX, VY2CDX or VO1WIN, all additional calls I hold.
My profession is software engineering, and I'm currently working for Amcom Software, a developer of Unified Communications systems and solutions for Healthcare and Hospitality Markets.
Current Home Station Lineup: (March, 2014)
Rigs Elecraft K3, K3/0 + RemoteRig + V/U FM rigs
MEMBER: ARRL, YCCC, CWops #191, MGEF
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
WEB: http://www.w1ve.com, http://www.ve1rm.ca
QSLs: Paper, please with SASE.
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