|Amateur Radio - WAØMHJ||
Welcome to my Ham Radio Page. If you followed a link from QRZ.COM and we have just worked, then TNX for the QSO!. If we have exchanged QSL's, TNX also! I QSL direct, via LOTW, and eQSL are all OK.
My primary interest and activities are DX'ing and contesting. I am currently active on 160 through 6 meters. I have been licensed and mostly active since 1968. I am a member of the Minnesota Wireless Association WØAA contest club (MWA), the Twin City DX Association (TCDXA), and the Twin City FM Club (TCFMC).
September 3, 1968 I made my first QSO with W8MMV in Michigan on 40M CW. This year marks the anniversary of my 50 year journey in ham radio. Here are some DETAILS of how everything began.
In April, I received 5BWAZ certificate #1977 for confirmation of 199 zones.
CQWW PH this year was a multi operator effort witt K0XV & son Jason. DETAILS
In the CQ WPX CW, I was visited by Foster - N3KCJ, who happened to be in town, and we operated as a M/S. Click DETAILS
73's - Mark
Party Operation & Mobile Contesting
Sometime back around 2000, I got the idea to try
something a little different by trying a portable operation during the
Wisconsin QSO Party. Being in the outdoors seemed like a good change of
pace from staring at the same radio, and the same desk I always sit at.
My adventures were chronicled in the May 2007 NCJ. Erecting antennas in
thigh deep snow, and operating in -20F temperatures led me to look for
alternatives for the following years, and thus started my mobile
I have also been the main log processing facilitator for the Minnesota QSO Party for about the last ten years.
Now that the WAZ
program is integrated with LOTW, I did a submission of the award. In
LOTW I had 198 of the 200 neccesary zones for a 5BWAZ application.
Those were submitted, and one single QSL card for zone 28 on 80M was
mailed. I was notified of 5BWAZ award with credit for 199 shortly
| WØAA QSL
I can QSL for the following WØAA contacts: All QSO Parties since 2000, FD since 2006, ARRL DX CW 2003, & CQWW PH 2011/2012.
|Nine band DXCC is in the books! VK0EK is in the log for my final country. I was at 340 for less than a week before Kingman Reef was deleted, bringing me back to 339. Now my focus is on the task of getting the last remaining zone needed on 80 meters for 5BWAZ! (Zone 23)|
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