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Hi, I live on a great hilltop in eastern Pennsylvania, about 100 km north of Philadelphia.I was licensed in 1977 as KA3AFZ and upgraded to Technician shortly afterwards with the new call sign N3BDA. I was then mostly idle until we bought our current QTH in 1991.

I realized that driving to my home from any direction was uphill, so I looked it up on a topographic map (this was BEFORE Google Earth, mind you!). To my delightful surprise, we were right on top of a great hill. This revelation compelled me to dust off my old HW-101 and try to make some QSOs. As the story always says, "The rest is history!"

I've built a pretty decent station from which I enjoy contesting and chasing DX. I enjoy ragchewing, but I have little time for it. I keep busy as an industry analyst at Forrester Research, which doesn't leave nearly enough time for ham radio - but I certainly try! Please visit my web sitefor more on my station and activities.

I look forward to a QSO with you!

VY 73 de Glenn K3PP

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