QSL manager for 9H9X. For direct QSLs, send SAE with $1 or equivalent in the currency of your choice. Or SASE if you have US postage handy. You can email me with QSO details for a Bureau card.
BUREAU CARDS: Please indicate clearly on your card if you want a return QSL. If you have a preprinted PSE/TNX then either cross out the TNX or circle the PSE. I get a lot of bureau cards and I only respond to the ones that ask me to.
MISSING A CARD?: If you've asked for a card and had no response in a reasonable time, just email me the QSO details and I'll send another. Clerical and mailing errors can happen, and I'll get it right sooner or later.
I've been interested in ham radio since age 10 (1963) and it took me less than 25 years to get my license (1987). But my early interest in radio and electronics led me to major in physics in college and then work in semiconductors, avionics, and most recently optical fiber test & measurement at Photon Kinetics. This web page is almost certainly reaching you after having traversed an optical fiber that was tested at the factory by one or more of our products.
I'm active in traffic nets, contesting, and DXing as well as being a Volunteer Examiner. I'm NCS and net manager for Oregon Section Net on 80 CW. I also run a formal Elmer program for one of my clubs. Overall, contesting is my favorite activity and I am often heard on the club calls W7TVC and W7OTV in addition to my own call. CW is my favorite mode, FISTS #14941.
Rig is Elecraft K-line, K3 #486. Primary antennas are a wire dipole cut for 80 m CW, a Butternut HF-2V vertical for 80/40, and a SteppIR DB-18 at 20 m (65 ft) height for 6 through 40 m. I also have a 15 m tall push-up mast for a 160 m top-loaded vertical, and a Cushcraft R-6000 vertical for 6 throuth 20 as a backup antenna.
Awards: DXCC (326/330), 160 m DXCC (126), 5BDXCC, WAZ, DXCC Challenge (2000), Diamond DXCC.
Other calls: 9H3WM, ex-N7KBV
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