"It is not the class of license the Amateur holds.But the class of he Amateur that holds the license."
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Thanks for visiting my QRZ profile, and thanks to all those I've had the pleasure of working!! Hope to see you again in the near future on other modes and bands.
Most of my operating is done compromise system and I'm active on the most bands everyday day, I also do contest if i have time on week ends my Grid Locator DM04Kf .The journey into this hobby started on when my older brother started using CB mid 80's , Later on into a career in technology and telecommunications, developing mobile communication networks into microwave and tracking systems,now working on (PAM) power amplifier modules for handheld device's semiconductor technology.
I enjoy ragchewing and chasing DX, with 40 and 20 meters being my favorite bands. My life long interest in electronics and communications,been working in RF Technology over 28 years thats keeps me up to date implementing the latest technology in ham radio equipment,remote my station using VOIP and taking advantage of the smart phone and cable internet.
Being involved in Amateur Radio is as exciting as ever, with so many new breakthroughs and innovations in technology, always changing, challenging, and gratifying - taking me to different paths in life and making new friends on the airwaves,
"I Support the DX Code of Conduct"
I QSL DX 100% via QRZ, LOTW, HRD Log and paper DX QSL is via Bureau,Sorry no eQSL.
Direct Cards received with an SASE for US stations/ and an envelope with 1dollar US for DX will get their cards direct ASAP.
LoTW is the Best way to QSL, I upload every other week.
PLEASE I'm happy to confirm our QSO and hope to meet you again on the air. The final courtesy of a QSO/DX is a QSL.
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