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I was born in 1944.   Got Ham License in 1960 when I was 16.

HF   7/10/14/18/21/24/28/50Mhz     SteppIR  3 Elements

VHF/UHF 144/430Mhz  9/13 Ele Yagi    Also work on D-Star

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Since my Ham license in 1960, I was quite active for about
5 years. Everything in my shack those days was all home blew
using tubes. Daily visit to Akihabara (known place in Tokyo
as electronic components devices) enabled home blew rigs.
Primary AM & CW also challenge making SSB generators.
Antenna was just dipole while challenged AWX that felt down
by wind in a week. I still remember my first oversea QSO
in my life that was on 40M CW with K6 station.

In 1967 I lived in Long Island New York USA for 2 years
where I picked my basic English. Upon return to Japan,
I joined RCA (Radio Corporation of America) and worked
for 20 years and then worked for Apple Computer for
15 years. My business priority however dictated slowing
down my Ham activity while I somehow maintained shack
& antenna for some limited QRV.

Upon my retirement from Apple in 2003, recovered some
Ham activity though not much on HF. However my HF
activity restarted recently and now enjoying my late
catch up with chasing DX.

Looking forward to meeting with you on HF bands, Chuck

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SteppIR 3 elements for 7~50Mhz, Yagi for 144/430Mhz
Also T2FD wire antenna
 
 

My family members all see my Ham Radio hobby is CRAZY.
Digging hole for Tower and put up big HF ant where people can
talk to anywhere anyone worldwide by one click on cellphone.
I hear them loud & clear, but ignore them just going my way Hi.


JA1EPJ is also Musician, playing steel guitar in Hawaiian live
house in Tokyo. Was classic/Flamenco guitarist, also worked on
MIDI computer music

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