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The picture in the upper right is a view from my front deck looking East in Springtime...
I recently made a 4 youtube video "Introduction to Remote Hams, a FREE service!"
Here are the links to the 4 videos:
The New & Improved Ham Bench 3'x8' below!
Thanks for viewing my QRZ page. Electronics and computers have been my hobby for many years and after some cohersion from a Telecommunications Technician coworker friend of mine I took the Technician test at RadioFest. Enjoying the many aspects of this wonderful hobby and looking forward to new contacts and experiences. My favorite part is experimenting with different antennas and digital modes so far.
Originally licensed as Technician Class in 2009 at the Naval Postgraduate School RadioFest in Monterey, CA as KI6WPJ.
Upgraded to General Class at RadioFest in 2010, keeping KI6WPJ call.
Upgraded to Amateur Extra Class on January 25, 2012 at Quartzfest 2012 in Quartzsite, Arizona and took next sequential FCC Call available which was AG6IS.
I will return any QSLCard received. I just got new cards from WWW.PHOTOQSLS.COM, these guys do nice work! Thanks Lee!
If I am not working a 12 hour shift you can find me on one of the following Nets:
The Eye Bank NET on 3970 Khz from 0445-0530 PST
The Out of Rounders NET on 3959 Khz from 0500-0800 PST
The Pacific RV Service NET on 7268.50 Khz from 0830-1000 PST
The Noontime NET on 7268.50 Khz from 1000-1300 PST
The YL System NET on 14332 Khz from 1300-1600 PST
The DNN (Do Nothing NET) on 7213 Khz from 0000-0100 Zulu
The Valley Boys NET on 5330.50 or 5346.50 Khz from 1700-1800 PST
The San Joaquin HF NET on 3918 Khz from 1800-1815 PST excluding Sundays and Holidays
The Western Public Service System NET at 3952 Khz (www.3952khz.net) between 1800-2030 PST. Lots of fun photos and information on the web.
I am the regular Friday Early Monitor on 3952 Khz from 1800-1900 PST for the WPSS NET , Stop on by sometime.
The Northwest Country Cousins NET on 3968 Khz from 1900-2100 PST.
You may also find me on 3970 Khz between 2100-2300 PST on the Western Country Cousins NET (www.wccnet.us). I am the Thursday Night Net Control every other Thursday if you want to stop in and say hello.
I am Western Country Cousin #2497 and Northwest Country Cousin #1739
If it is Sunday or Wednesday at 1930-2015 PST you may catch me on the Bozo Net 144.240 USB. I am Bozo #436
Operating an Elecraft K3 @ QRP to 1.3 KW (AL-572) using a 500' horizontal diamond shaped loop up 30'-60' above ground fed with 50' of LMR 400 to a 4:1 balun and ladder line. Also using a Carolina Windom up 30' in a flat top configuration and a Cushcraft R7 half wave vertical up 20' depending on conditions. I'm always experimenting with antennas, my favorite pastime... I also enjoy operating PSK 31, field days, Ham Swap Meets and Amateur Radio Festivals and hearing what all the other Hams are working on...
Here is a view of my 160M Loop:
Below are a couple of pictures of the 2008 Toyota Tundra with Kenwood TS-480HX/Scorpion Screwdriver Mobile
Below are some pictures from my Ham travels...
Portable in Quartzsite, AZ at Quartsfest below:
Portable at Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley, CA below:
Portable at Lake Havasu, AZ below:
Mobile at Sea Otter Classic event with the K6LY Naval Postraduate School ARC group below:
Here is a rattlesnake that I walked right by and the XYL found...
Cats hanging out in the Ham Shack at the QTH. True mousers when they are not monitoring a NET!
Gracie up a tree out back...
Bobcat out the Ham Shack window & Gracie the Ham Cat just in front of the Vibraplex keyer :) I'm QSLing...
Hope to catch you later down the log...73
Scott de AG6IS
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