KM3TQSL: DIRECT OR LOTW
Accepts QSL via:
PJ4/KM3T October 25-31, 2012 - I will QSL all QSOs via GlobalQSL and LoTW
If you need a card faster QSL to QRZ.com address (CBA)
DX calls held: ZF2PT, TI4/KM3T, FS/KM3T, PJ7/KM3T, KH6/KM3T, HC8/KM3T (op at HC8N), OH/KM3T, PY/KM3T, PT5U (WRTC 2006), TF/KM3T, HR3/KM3T, KM3T/VP9, KM3T/KP4, PJ4/KM3T
I mainly enjoy DXing, contesting, and mobile operating. Outside of contests you are most likely to hear me operating mobile with an Icom IC-7000 and hamstick antennas.
I got my original ham license (KA3FWS) in 1980 as a high school student in my original home town of Philadelphia. I upgraded to Technician, General, Advanced and then Extra by 1983 - took all those exams at the old Federal Building in Philadelphia back when the FCC still administered the license exams. I've held my current call (KM3T) since 1983.
I have been very active in VHF and DX contesting since shortly after getting my ham ticket. I have helped build and put winning teams together for a variety of multi-op stations, and have done well as a single-op contester. I've been involved in one way or another with the following stations...
VHF Contesting: K8GP, K1TR/3, K1TR/1, W2SZ/1, K3MTK, WC2K, K2NE
I am on the WRTC2014 Board of Directors and a member of the organizing team.I am in charge of all WRTC 2014 IT functions, including the live scoreboard. I assist with several other aspects of WRTC2014 planning, including fund-raising and site selection/evaluation.
In 2003 I founded and continue to operate the popular aviation web site LiveATC.net- if you are a ham and near an airport, please consider becoming a feed volunteer! All you need is a spare scanner and an audio cable to connect to your computer. I can help get you set up.
Previous stateside calls:KA3FWS (1980) N3BMH KC3EA (1981-1983)