I have been a Ham since December 6 2013. I got interested in ham radio after buying a cb and trying to see how far I could talk to my dad with it. Always trying to talk further, I learned about ham radio. I studied for many months before testing with my two brothers (now KD8WAL, and KD8WAM) and getting my extra license. I really appreciate getting to the club, meeting new people, and doing field day. I have learned alot from all the guys in the club, but I would like to give special thanks to VE3DWI, and KC8MLD.
The guy's from the club helped me set up my shack, with a kenwood TS-430S, and a MFJ-941D tuner. We started out with a random wire inside the radio room, but as of November 9 2014 we have a mystery antenna out side. If you don't know what a mystery antenna is, here is a link to the Mystery antenna. My vhf rig is a Icom 28H. I am usually monitoring the 146.640- (107.2PL) W8EUP repeater
I am a member of the Eastern Upper Peninsula Amateur Radio Club, and I have joined Yachthams. My number is #103. Yacht stands for Young Amateurs Communications Ham Team. if you are interested here is a link: http://yachthams.webstarts.com/index.html
I also enjoy handling NTS traffic. Feel free to send me a radiogram. I am net control on the NLEUP (Northern lower and Eastern Upper Peninsula on the W8EUP Repeater, 6:30EST) net on Tuesdays. I also regularly check into the MITN (Michigan Traffic net) on 3.952 as net liason for the NLEUP.
I really enjoy being able to talk all around the world, and meet new friends, and I LOVE getting qsl cards in the mail, so if you can send one off my way I would really appreciate it. I am active on eighty meters through seventy centimeters, and if you hear me calling CQ I would love to talk to you. See you down the log, 73 AC8PI
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