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If you hear me calling CQ MY TEST, I’m operating My Contest. The exchange is RST. It’s your contest as well and you’re welcome to participate in it.
I QSL via LOTW usually within a day or two and prefer this over paper QSLs. I no longer have an eQSL account. If you’re not on LOTW, you should be. It saves paper and it’s fast. It takes a little bit of work to get it set up, but you’ll be glad you did.
My postal address for paper snail mail QSLs is
5145 Pohopoco Drive
Lehighton, PA 18235 USA
I QSL 100% with an SASE, however I’m often very slow at paper QSLing. I tend to amass cards for a period of time and then respond to them all at once. Don’t be upset if you send me a PSE QSL card and you don’t hear back from me right away. I *will* QSL sooner or later. If I’m the very last QSL you need for 5 Band WAS or County Hunters, email me and I’ll try to expedite it :-)
The K3NG home QTH shack is powered with a 100w solar panel and two deep cycle batteries. You can enjoy our QSO knowing the electrons from my rig arriving at your antenna are carbon neutral.
Obligatory Memberships and Numbers
Flying Pigs #-326 ~ EPA QRP #68 ~ Feld-Hell #578 ~ QRP Polar Bears #45
Adventure Radio Society ~ Silent Key Society
I enjoy QRP, 6 meters, CW, DXing, making microcontrollers do cool things, and hiking with Amateur Radio. I’m getting into DXpeditioning and you’re going to see me on a big tent-and-generator expedition below 40 degrees south latitude someday. Turn-offs include political discussions, phone operation on 80m, and old people who act like really old people. I will not join FISTS due to the North American chapter leadership’s position on the elimination of the code test and public statements made regarding CW that in my opinion are detrimental to getting new people into CW and amateur radio.
I do not publish my information on QRZ.com these days as it has become a podium for egomaniacs, political wingnuts, and antagonistic moderators. You might want to try using these fine sites for callsign lookups:
FCC ULS (US Amateurs Only)