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Christopher D. Jones

Hope Mills 28348
United States, NC

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Last update:2019-06-12 18:43:26
QTH:Hello, my name is Christopher (Chris for short). I live in Hope Mills, North Carolina USA. I have li
Main prefix:K
Class:Awaiting Extra
Federal state:NC
US county:Cumberland
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:8
CQ Zone:5
ULS record:4005174

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-06-12 18:40:42
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES


Hello, my name is Christopher (Chris for short). I live in Hope Mills, North Carolina USA. I have lived in North Carolina all my life but have traveled to a few other stares over the years.

I am married and have a son, Other than God, they are my driving force in life.

I am employed as a Security Analyst for a division of state education. I have been in IT since the late 1990’s. I originally had a career path set for Pharmaceuticals and Bio-chemistry. Somehow the IT profession chose me, and I followed it. So far, I am glad that I have, since it has led me to many paths including HAM Radio.

I originally got my interest to get my HAM radio license due to my interest in learning how to fly drones. The wireless video modules I wanted to use are in the HAM bands and obviously, it requires a technician license to operate. I took my technician exam, got my license and decided to get a HT. Then the bug had bit me and set in. A few months later I got my General license, and now I have my Extra as of June 08, 2019.

I am on 2 meter every day and finally got me a HF rig in January 2019. I really enjoy HF and like meeting new people. Even though I am in IT, I prefer to exchange QSO cards directly over the electronic methods. Its something about getting a QSO card in the mail and having a tangible representation of the contact that makes it more meaningful to me.

Maybe one day we will make a QSO on HF, until the -73 for now.



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