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Radio has been a fascination of mine for as long as I can remember, starting at a young age. My nose was always in an electronics magazine of the day, reading about electronics and components, gathering parts from old electronics boards, and building projects.  I found it fascinating to think that I could be communicating with someone in another state or even another country, half-way around the world, from my home. In November of 1991, I passed the no-code test and obtained my Technician's license with my call sign, N9NEQ. In June of 2006, I passed my General class exam. At that time, I changed my call to K9OTR. On October 25, 2008, I passed my Extra class exam. As of November 22, 2008, I now hold amateur radio call sign WJ9Q.

Started working on my morse code/CW skills with Code Quick.  Coming along slowly as life can get in the way sometimes.

I hold the Geratol #: 2650 and the Geratol Director #: 775.

My OMISS # is: 6278

QCWA # is: 37238

It is not the class of license the Amateur holds, but rather, the class of the Amateur that holds the license.


Rig: Icom IC-756, Pro III I prefer paper QSL. I DO NOT use Log Book of the World or eQSL at this time.

Power: 100 watts

Antennas: G5RV @ 31'and an S9 Vertical. Soon - a Hex Beam.

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DX World Award#3364
Granted: 2016-03-03 12:45:02   (WJ9Q)

World Continents Award#12114
Granted: 2016-03-03 12:45:01   (WJ9Q)

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