John Miller (K6MM)
Come and join us and witness a fascinating presentation by John Miller (K6MM) on his adventures at the recently concluded Palmyra Atoll (K5P) Expedition.
John was first licensed as WV2BQJ in 1958 while living in Syracuse, NY. In 1976, John's career took him to Silicon Valley, where he reconnected with amateur radio in the late 90s.
In addition to currently serving as a Director of NCDXF, John is Past-President of the Northern California Contest Club (2008-2009), a founding member of the CW Operators’ Club, and a Director of the Northern California DX Club (NCDXC). John co-chaired the 2011, 2013 & 2015 International DX Convention meetings in Visalia, CA. He is also on the editorial staff of the National Contest Journal reponsible for the NCJ Profiles Column.
His article entitled"The No Excuses 160M Vertical " won the cover plaque award for the June 2009 issue of QST. His latest publication, "Post-Contest Log Analyzers: Releasing the Gorilla in your Cabrillo" appeared in the March/April 2012 issue of the National Contest Journal.
For the last decade, John has focused heavily on DXing, Contesting, and most importantly recruiting new operators into the hobby. More information about John can be found at his personal website: k6mm.com