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First licensed as KC7HHK in 1994 while living in Pocatello, Idaho. Originally from Bear Lake, Idaho. Several years later, caught the bug during Field Day and wanted HF privileges and upgraded to General with the CW code requirement. A year later, I upgrade to Advanced and changed callsigns to KK7OV. Several months later, I took the Extra written exam. I was not ready to take the 20 wpm code exam, but my good friends talked me into it. I had already paid the exam fee why not take the CW exam and see what happens. I had been practicing. I walked out of the exam with my Extra ticket! I changed my callsign to AB7ZK. After a couple of years, I wanted a shorter callsign for CW and went for AG1T through the vanity system.

I have a degree in fire science and worked as an Assistant Fire Chief / Emergency Manager / EMT-I. I currently work as an Engineer for Campbell Scientific. My hobbies include amateur radio, computer programming (Mac, Windoze and Linux) and anything outdoors.

My current station equipment includes an Yaesu FT-920 connected to a 43 foot verticle placed in the back yard. I mainly work PSK-31 (with a NUE-PSK digital modem) and CW.

Imostly enjoy DXing and QSL Direct. I respond 100% and also upload my log entries to LoTW weekly. I do not use eQSL. I am working desperatly on my WAS (need North Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming) and DXCC. Please, I need your QSL cards and LoTW QSLs. Thanks.






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