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Tony A Jones
308 Forestway Drive
Mt Holly 28120
United States, NC

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Call data

Last update:2019-04-15 20:56:47
Main prefix:K
Class:Amateur Extra
Federal state:NC
US county:Gaston
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:8
CQ Zone:5
ULS record:3758457

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-04-15 21:14:19
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:QRZ: YES


My name is Tony Jones my call sign is N4ATJ. I'm originally from (Christmas Town USA) McAdenville, North Carolina. When I was in the first or second grade my family moved to Mount Holly, North Carolina and I still live there today.

I passed the Technician element on Saturday August 31, 2013. I passed the General element on Thursday March 13, 2014. Then I passed the Extra element on Saturday February 7, 2015. My first call sign was KK4TRL, my vanity call sign is N4ATJ.

I'm an American Radio Relay League Registered Licensing Instructor. I'm a ARRL accredited Liaison Volunteer Examiner. I'm also an ARRL Emergency Communication Field Examiner. I lead a very good team of ARRL VE's and ARRL Registered Licensing Instructor's. I'm also an Laurel VE TEam Leader and WCARS VE Team Leader. Our VE Testing Session's are handicap accessible. Under certain circumstances I and my VE team will come to you if you are local to Gaston County, North Carolina. We also offer testing sessions at the convenience of those not able to attend our scheduled VE testing sessions. For more information on our VE testing dates, location and time's or if anyone local is interested in testing you can send an email to or call (704) 827-2138.


My Base is a Icom IC-756 PRO HF Transceiver. I have a Icom IC-706, a Icom ID-880H, a Icom IC-208H
that I use as a base. I also have a Icom ID-880H that I have in my mobile.

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