QSL via LoTW(much preferred), QRZ, eQSL, HRDlog and Club Log (via bureau or direct mail, if necessary).
Field Day 2015
Photos from volunteering at WRTC 2014
Our supported team, K1F
Jeff, VY2ZM Jackie, ZL3CW - Referee Patrick, KK6ZM
Testing the Station WRTC Site 6H, Devens, MA
Field Day coordinator for the Androscoggin Amateur Radio Club and Oxford County CERT group
Field Day 2014
Field Day 2012
BEST RESULT SO FAR:
#1 US Callsign Region 1 2014 CQ Magazine Annual DX Marathon Formula, 100w
#1 New England Division ARRL November Sweepstakes 2014 & 2015 SSB SO LP Unlimited, division record
#1 North America & #7 World CQ WPX 2014 Single Op 80m Low Power Assisted
#1 North America CQ-M International DX contest 2014 SOAB LP
#1 Maine ARRL November Sweepstakes 2013 SSB SO LP Unlimited, new Maine record (as former call, AA1UT)
My "massive" antenna farm:
80m Dipole at 30 ft.
40m Sloper at 30 ft.
Windom OCF Dipole 80-10m at 35 ft.
I became interested in amateur radio in my early teens when as an SWL I started hearing ham signals. I taught myself code (the hard way) but did not know any hams at that time. A few years later, I took but failed my Novice test because of the code. I tried again in the Fall of 1979, when I took and passed my Technician Class (later Tech Plus) exam at the Federal Building in Boston. I operated as N1AXR while a member of the Northeastern University Wireless Club, W1KBN, and later served as co-president of the revitalized UMaine Ham Radio Club, W1YN.
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