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Hello - I'm originally from England, Brian "Bry" Carling - first licensed in 1968 as G3XLQ.  I started SWLing in about 1963 with an R1155 receiver from a World War II a Lancaster Bomber. The AC power supply for 230V to 6.3V AC and 250V DC, was home made.  I also used a Hallicrafters S39 receiver. back then.

My official RSGB issued SWL callsign back then was A4941.

Operated briefly in Georgia USA as G3XLQ/W4 around 1968 -1970.

I moved permanently to the States in 1972, and was not inactive again until 1975 returning to the air as WB4FPH, and later in 1978

I was assigned the Amateur Extra callsign AF4K.  Not an easy callsign on CW.

I have worked in medical electronics for over 30 years. Prior to that I wokred in musical electronics servicing audio equipment and musical instrumentsin Nashville for many years. I also taught electronics for three years in the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools.


I play bass guitar in a rock cover band: ALL THE ABOVE out of Orlando, Florida.



AF4K is a supplier of FT243 crystals and hc6u crystals etc. for the amateur radio bands.


I am a member of the SKCC Group - wih good old Straight Keys and bugs for CW! I also enjoys building homebrew rigs, restoring tube equipment, and am a frequent CW, OLIVIA digital mode and JT65 / JT9 operator.

73 and see you on the air soon - Bry, AF4K

Web Site: http://AF4K.COM

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