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Got my Tech ticket in February 2000, upgraded to General a few months later. Got my Extra ticket at a VE session on March 16, 2002 (officially in the FCC database on March 26, 2002). I've started doing a little DX chasing and have received DXCC for mixed and phone, as well as single band on a few bands. In addition to "conventional" QSL cards, I'm a big fan of the ARRL's Logbook of The World. I've made my log available to search at clublog.org (searches for my main log is below) which is usually fairly up to date, and I also upload to the eQSL service. I always respond to any QSL cards I receive in the same way that they are received (direct or via the bureau). I'm writing a ham radio blog at http://k2dbk.blogspot.com about ham radio stuff that I find interesting and possibly useful. You can also find me on Twitter as @k2dbk.

On the local front, I recently retired as Deputy Skywarn coordinator for Bergen County, NJ (see our website at http://bergenskywarn.org) and I am a life member of the Ramsey Office of Emergency Management. I'm also a member of the 10-70 Repeater Association.

Other operations:

Costa Rica: "Holiday-style" operation 10-17 July 2011 as TI7/K2DBK. I operated mostly 15m with a few contacts on 17m and 20m. please check my blog (k2dbk.blogspot.com) for additional information. My operation has now been accepted by the ARRL's DXCC desk and all QSOs have been uploaded to Logbook of The World as well as to Clublog. (You can now request a card directly via Clublog's Online QSL Request System - OQRS) Please contact me directly if you worked me but aren't in the online log, I know I had a couple of logging errors and I'll be happy to correct.

IOTA NA-034 Activations: 21-23 March 2012, 4-5 April 2004, 14 January 2006 and 22-24 March 2010. QSL direct, via the bureau, Logbook of the World, or OQRS.

FM-26: Operated from the Outer Banks of North Carolina during July 2005 on 6m. QSL direct, via the bureau or via Logbook of the World. Details of that operation are written up on my blog.

Cayman Islands: I operated as ZF2DK in July 2007. Please see my qrz.com listing under that callsign for more info.


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