My Power is 9 Mega Newton Furlongs per Fortnight
Because the DX Wont Work Itself
Many DX, Much Wow!!
Meet up with Jeanne Socrates KC2IOV/VE0JSJ Nov 2013 below
Came across this litle guy while hiking in our local hills of San Diego (Below).
I call it Ham vs Rattlesnake. We will call it a draw.
Hiking trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon (below). If you ever get a chance to do this you will never forget it.
High Altitude 2M contact when out on the Motorcycles
Steppir DB-18 (40M ~ 6M) at 90FT, 2ele on 40, 3 ele on 20M ~ 10M, 4 ele on 6M
80M antenna array viewed in NEC below. Switchable array such that the undriven elelement acts as a reflector. Tower in the middle showing limited interaction.
Above; Recent Vacation in High Sierra Nevada of California 11000ft, (3353 M)
Close up of AB-577 base/launcher (Now removed)
(Above) Typical RV Portable QTH. Full Size 40M Vertical with 4 Elevated Ground Radials.
Recently got back into the hobby as AF6TC after a long hiatus, and am rediscovering the all the fun I had with the hobby. I was originally licensed back in the late 70's at about the age of 13. I was active until I went off to college and made my hobby my career. Radio is still my career (RF Engineering) but now I am back into the hobby with a new call sign after I let my old one expire. The technical part of the ham test was a lot easier this time around than as an 13 year old kid hi hi.
After graduating college with an BSEE in Electrical Engineering I went to work for a former ham radio manufacturer in Oceanside California. Talk about a dream job!! Since then its all been very fun and looking forward to seeing you on the HF bands which were always my favorite.
I like to work 40 Meters in the mornings on the weekends (10:00 ~16:00 UTC).
Main Radio Flex 5000A (Running on a Quad Core, Windows 7 64 Bit)
Backup Radios; Icom 756 Pro 2,746 Pro
Portable Radio; Yaesu FT-450 (Nice little Radio)
Alpha 87A(1500 Watts)
Amplifier(Backup)Ameritron ALS 600 (500~600 watts RV Portable)
Antennas; 40M~ 6M Steppir DB-18 at 90 ft (27M)
80M Sloping 1/2 wave dipole
Other hobbies include dirtbiking, camping, RVing etc.
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