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I was born and raised in Tanzania (originaly VQ3 and now 5H3 land). I almost got my ham license as a 5H3 but could not quite pass the 10 wpm test before coming to the USA for college at Washington University in Saint Louis, Mo. Finally, after I became a citizen I was able to get a ham license in the USA and quickly upgraded to Extra with the K0NM call sign.

Most of my career has been spent in designing, building and using Positron Emission Tomographs (PET scanners), which are used to detect cancer and managing cancer patients. I retired from the University of Texas Medical School as an Associate Professor in 2004 and now own and operate two medical equipment companies. One is located in California and specializes in skin cancer detection (www.dermlite.com). The other is located in Sugar Land and specializes in finding veins for blood draw and IV access (www.veinlite.com).

My interest in amateur radio is in antenna design. I have published five papers so far on antennas. One in QST and four in 73 magazine. Send me an e-mail at mullani@tlite.com if you want copies of the papers.

Mullani NA: Vee Antenna with Vertical Tails. 73 Amateur Radio Today. 431:16-21, 1996

Mullani NA: Top-Fed, Out-Of-Phase, Phased-Verticals (TOP) Antenna. 73 Amateur Radio Today.pp 44-47, March 1997

Mullani NA: The Bent Dipole. QST May 1997 pp 56-57

Mullani NA: Antennas for Amateur Television, Part 1. 73 Amateur Radio Today. 442:27-30, 1997 

Mullani NA: Antennas for Amateur Television, Part 2. 73 Amateur Radio Today. 443:17-20, 1997 

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