WF7TQSL: VIA LOTW PREFERRED (EQSL, DIRECT/BUREAU OK)
previous call: WB7EJS
Accepts QSL via:
5th August 2012: I have a new DFCW QRSS3 Beacon operating sporadically on 30M. I would appreciate email reports w/screen shots if you see my trace (using Argo or similar). Look for my signal around 10140052Hz. Running 150mW to a G5RV at 40 feet.
CQ Zone 4
Nashville, Tennessee (TN)
Davidson County (also the state capital)
(I am running very far behind on my bureau QSL returns, LoTW and eQSL should be up-to-date)
I will occasionally sign /4 in contests. When signing WF7T/4 I will upload logs to LoTW and eQSL in that format.
Active on all modes especially Feld-Hell and JT65A on 160 through 10M. Not active on weak signal modes on V/UHF at this time. For more information on Feld-Hell visit: http://www.feldhellclub.org
Very proud to be awarded ARRL Triple Play WAS Certificate #123! A great group of folks willing to help out arranging schedules towards any WAS award through the K3UK spotting page:http://www.obriensweb.com/sked/index.php?board=lotw. Needless to say I enjoy working WAS!
I dabble in radio contests. The Tennessee Contest Groupis very active and comprised of excellent contest operators. The Tennessee QSO Party for 2011 is in the logs and I had a blast! Thanks to everyone who participated...see you in 2012!
I have been playing in the Northern California Contest Club's Ladder series. The NS Ladder is a difficult, but rewarding contest...one half hour of CW mayhem each week designed to sharpen operating practices and refine station engineering.