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Welcome                                                   
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I’ve been active in amateur radio since 2001. In 2003, I upgraded to General Class, and to Extra Class in the Spring of 2004. I have several areas of interest in the hobby, including Dx’ing on 2 meters, 6 meters, and most HF bands. I also enjoy FM satellites, 6 meter AM, contesting, and slow-scan television. Outside of amateur radio, my interests include auto racing, which I’ve participated in as a driver and crew member since 1993, surfing, and classic car restoration. I’m currently studying at the University of Southern Maine. I work in the automotive field and in my spare time, I write fiction for publication,  and news stories for the local newspaper, The Gorham Times.

When I'm in the shack, I usually monitor the 146.655 W1NH (-100Hz) repeater, located on the summit of Mt. Washington, NH, and when mobile I monitor 147.540 SIMPLEX.

If you're in Southern Maine or Seacoast New Hampshire, check into the “Southern Maine 6 meter AM/PM” net (when active), on 50.400 AM on Thursdays, beginning at 8PM local time.

In the summer of 2010, I became a founding member of the Wireless Society of Southern Maine, which meets in the summer at Wassamki Springs Camprground, and Fall and Winter at the Gorham Recreation Department, in Gorham, Maine. Please click the "WSSM" button on the left to learn more about the club.

Station Info

License Class: Extra

Latitude:  43.698538 (43 41' 54'' N)
Longitude:  -70.456236 (70 27' 22'' W)
Grid Square:  FN43sq
US State:  Maine
US County:  Cumberland
GMT Offset:  -5 hours   


■    Icom IC-706MKIIG transceiver
■    Diamond CP6A multi-band trap vertical for HF
■    80 meter NVIS dipole
■    20 meter dipole
■    3 element yagi for (6 meters)
■    Diamond X510HDM vertical for (144/430)
■    On the Road – Alinco DR-135 TMKIII transceiver
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QSL Instructions

Please send all QSL requests to the following address:


Tim Watson
16 Hope Drive
Gorham, ME 04038
USA
I make an effort to QSL 100% all contacts and SWL's, so long as they are accompanied by a self addressed stamped envelope (for state-side contacts), or return postage in any currency for foreign contacts. QSL's through the bureau are also welcome.

At W1AW, June 2010
 Pilgrimage to the ARRL headquarters in Newington, CT
At the Clarke Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass
At the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA


 16 Hope Drive  Gorham, ME  04038  USA
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