DX University™

  A Guide for DXers and DXpeditioners

DX University - Faculty

Carl Luetzelschwab (K9LA)

Carl Luetzelschwab K9LA was licensed as WN9AVT in October 1961.  He upgraded to General in May 1962 and became WA9AVT.  In 1977 he selected K9LA when the FCC offered 1 x 2 call signs to Extra Class licensees.

Carl enjoys propagation, DXing, contesting (he was the Editor of The National Contest Journal from 2002-2007), and antennas.  He is an MSEE out of Purdue, and professionally he is an RF design engineer with Raytheon (formerly Magnavox).

Carl's primary expertise for DXU is propagation.

Carl is a DXCC Card Checker with the ARRL, is at the Top of the Honor Roll, and enjoys viewing extremely old QSLs (especially from deleted entities).


K9LA - Propagation.pptx
K9LA - Propagaton For Working DX.pptx
K9LA - Where To Point Your Antenna.ppt
K9LA - Propagation.pdf
K9LA - Propagation.pdf
K9LA - VOAcap Tutorial.pdf
K9LA - W6EL Prop Tutorial.pdf
K9LA - A New View Of Gray Line Propagation.pptx
K9LA - What We've Learned From DXpedtions.pptx