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Obtained my first call in December 1960 - Novice class (very limited HF privileges), crystal-controlled CW, 75 watts input to a 40M folded-dipole with a straight key. Then, I remember how wonderful it was to work 20, 15 and 10 after earning my General class license and putting up a new 14AVS vertical. The "good old days?" Not really, each contact was an achievement. Amateur Radio is much more interesting now. However Converting an ARC-5/BC-455 to ham use and building a single-807 transmitter to go with it were definitely fun. There's something about those glowing filaments!

Active continuously since the 1960's. USA "2" area call signs in the first years. "1" area calls since 1974: VT and NH. My first love has been DXing: 350 mixed (337 CW, 326 SSB, 178 Digital). Someday, P5 will be on the air for my last one. Awards include DXCC Honor Roll, 8 band DXCC and 5 band WAS. Now that the bands are open again, you'll find me on 160 through 2, mostly CW and digital modes.

Contester since 2008, as a member of the Yankee Clipper Contest Club. So, in the contests most weekends. If you hear me, please call and give me a Q or two. Other memberships include: ARRL (Life Member), Central NH ARC, new! CWops (1404), SKCC (3743), FISTS (14474), 10-X International (43035), Indexa and QCWA (19644).

2015 ideas: Still looking for that 160M antenna. The 80M antenna with tuner works - more or less (mostly less).  Moreover, definitely need to find and eliminate annoying local noise sources. There's intermittent S9 QRN on 160 and 80.  Looking forward to openings on 6M this spring and summer. There an almost new Heathkit HR-10 that wants finishing.  There's also a beautiful old Crosley 51 circa 1920's. Inspired by AllAmericanFiveRadio's videos on YouTube, I'd love to get that running again. Think about that technological paradox for a minute. :-)

For work, I am a Professor at the Plymouth State University (www.plymouth.edu) in the Computer Science & Technology Department. My courses include Systems Analysis, Computer Architecture and, of course, Data Communications. Go to the URL and check out the web cam and the Uni. It’s a great place to work. I’ve been there for over 25 years.

Another of my hobbies is music. I love listening to Jazz and some Bluegrass. Two great Internet jazz stations are WBGO and WGMC. Their URL's are www.WBGO.org and www.jazz901.org.

A QSL is always OK. Send it
via LOTW, bureau (please be patient) or direct (SASE please). Because of the postage costs, DX QSLs sent direct, without an SAE + $1, will be returned via bureau. I have some eQSL data but update that infrequently. (Send me an email if you need an eQSL confirmation.)

Thanks for visiting. May God grant you peace, joy and lots of DX.

73 and De Colores! de AE1T


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