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I was first licensed as a Novice at the ripe old age of 11. I live in La Cañada which is a suburb of Los Angeles, California.

There were some lapses of activity for things like college. My interest renewed when digital modes came along. My favorite digital mode was Pactor, but it is difficult to find any activity there any more. Lately I enjoy chasing DX and I will generally chase it using CW or PSK31. I will resort to SSB if that is the only way to get one!

My HF station consists of a Kenwood TS-450S, a Yaesu FL-2100 Linear amplifier (oldie but goodie) and a Butternut HF9V vertical mounted near the center of my roof.

I enjoy older equipment and have a few boat anchors in my collection.

I have radios and antennas for the 144, 222, and 440mhz bands, but they are not my primary interest.

I work as a broadcast engineer at a Los Angeles AM/FM station pair. I deal mostly with studio digital audio systems and IT these days. But I also work on transmitters, having cut my teeth on some very large transmitters over my career.

I hope to work you some time.

73, Chris


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