I enjoy tratitional QSL cards. If you send me one I will send a return card. Non US addresses via ARRL Outgoing QSL service only.
Thank you to all who have gone through the process of using LoTW. If you have not please consider doing so. Once you complete the process uploading from most logging programs is very easy. While I enjoy other electronic QSL's the LoTW is the most accepted and the preference of many hams around the world. Remember you do not have to be a member of ARRL to participate in LoTW.
eQSL (AG) and LoTW usually up loaded after QSO for all digital contacts and soon after QSO for SSB. I have uploaded almost all my logs starting with my Conditional Class (General) in 1955. Thanks to anyone who has up loaded your old logs.
I understand that some operators do not like or particapate in eQSL and or LoTW for one reason or another. If you do not particapate at this time but decide to later and upload old logs you will have a lot of confirmations waiting for you.
Contacts made with my station between June to mid September each summer from 2011-2015 may be from my portable station in our motorhome. Imperial Beach, CA, San Diego County DM12ko or Jamual CA DM12op. Have since sold the motohome and may not be doing anymore portable operations.
First licensed as WN7WIA in 1954 while in high school in Pasco, WA. General (Conditional) Class in 1955. My "Elmer" was W7BGH at that time a neighbor in Pasco, WA.
Eventually earned Advanced Class and Extra Class license.
I have been enjoying PSK31 since the spring of 1999 and probably 90% of my on air time is in this mode until discovered JT65 and JT9.
Station in Tucson - IC-7100 transciever - Hy-gain DX-88 multiband vertical - MFJ-939 Compact IntelliTuner
Portable Station from motorhome - IC-7100 transciever - OutBacker OutReach on OutPost tripod base (IC-706MIIG until summer of 2014)
No interface used with the IC-7100 using HRD and Digial Master 780.
1954 - 1959 - Pasco, WA in Franklin County
Novice Startion in Pasco, Washington. Fall 1954 -- National NC-98 receiver Heathkit AT-1 35W transmitter
Inspiration for QSL card. First AM station with General (Conditional) Class license --- NC-98 receiver, HarveyWells TBS-50D transmitter. 807 final.
Upgraded to DX-100 late 1955. -- 2 - 6146's final
1959 - 1961 - Parkland, WA in Pierce County
Operating from dorm room at Pacific Lutheran College (now University), Parkland, WA
1961 -1964 - Lacrosse, WA in Whitman County
Jr Op trying things out about 1963
1964 - 1967 - Washougal, WA in Clark County
1967-2000 - Puyallup, WA in Pierce County
Fall 1967 - Added Heathkit SB-300 receiver later replaced the DX-100 with Heathkit SB-401 transmitter
I still have the Heathit pair and hope to have them back on the air in the near future.
2000 - 2005 - Various portable locations as a Full Time RVer from our Motorhome
2005 - Present - Tucson, AZ in Pima County and many portable locations in the summers from Motorhome including the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in 2005. That was a great trip.
Retired 1996 after 35 years of teaching high school math and physics.
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