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The WY2E amateur radio station is located in Dutchess County; the Mid Hudson River Valley Region of New York State. Extra Class Amateur Radio License; First licensed in 2006 and FCC First Class Radio Telephone Operators License (General Radio Operator License) 1969. My first commercial station assignment in US Army was at AFKN Radio & TV, Pusan Korea in 1967 as station engineer.

First licensed as KC2QFR.

Grid FN31bo, ITU Region 8, CQ 5

QSL:, LoTW, preferred for DX Cards. Bureau and Direct are okay.

A self addressed envelope means a faster reply. Postage nice, but not necessary. Post cards in the US are fine.

Email notification is always nice if you are sending a paper QSL:

See select eQSL cards in my QSL Photo library on Picassao

Digital Modes Club DMC# 0860 | Feld Held Club FH# 0911

30m Digital Group 30MDG# 0984 | PODXS 070# 765

European PSK Club EPC#

I hope to meet you on the airwaves.
Thanks for stopping by... 73 de WY2E , Fred

Monday, January 21, 2013

QSY to Celebrate 222nd Birthday of Samuel F.B. Morse 

Apr 27, 1400Z-1900Z, W2M, Poughkeepsie, NY. The QSY Society.  18.076 14.061 7.034. QSL. Stan Levandowski, 6 Chatham Ct, Fishkill, NY 12524. The QSY Society will celebrate the 222nd anniversary of the birth of Samuel F.B. Morse by operating three CW stations from the front porch of his historic Italianate-style home located at Locust Grove in Poughkeepsie, NY. The 40 meter station will operate at 100 watts; the 20 and 17 meter stations will operate at “QRP+” (10 to 15 watts). If you send us your QSL we will send you ours in return! Do not send money or envelopes!
For more information contact:

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Special Event: Celebration of Morse Code at Samuel Morse Estate

New York’s QSY Society Amateur Radio Club will be hosting a
special event station at the Samuel F. B. Morse Estate at
Locust Grove in the city of Poughkeepsie.  This in
celebration of his creation of the Morse Code in 1832.  The
operation will run from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern
Daylight Time on Saturday April 14th using the special event
callsign K2QS.  Transmissions will be centered on 7.034 on
40 meters and 14.034 MHz on 20.  Hams making contact with
K2QS will be eligible for a special commutative QSL card.
QSL requests go to David Ruth at 48 Hoof Print Road,
Millbrook, New York, 12545. 
See:  and  Samuel Morse Historic Site

QSL info: K2QS on