Welcome to the online home of amateur radio station KS4TD! Here you can find out more about my QSL preferences, take a peek at my shack, and learn more about me. I offer a small selection of amateur radio user and service manuals for download.
If you don't know what amateur radio is, check out this website about amateur radio by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). It explains a lot about amateur radio including some of the jargon you'll see on this website.
If we've had a QSO, it's my pleasure to have worked you via phone or digital. Please remember that the final courtesy of a QSO is a QSL whether paper or electronic.
I am active on 15 to 80 meters using SSB and digital (Feld Hell, FSK Hell 105, Olivia, PSK31, RTTY, SSTV, THOR) usually afternoons and evenings Eastern time.
I was originally licensed as KD5COL in November 1997. I was granted the vanity callsign KS4TD on July 9, 2020. I earned my General class license in 2008 and my Extra class license in 2019.
I have a blog, "CQ DE KS4TD", for my latest ham radio-related activities.
If you're looking for my BBS related stuff, please visit the Outpost BBS website.
If you're interested in HF nets, N1YZ's HF Net List is an excellent and well-maintained resource.