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First licensed when I was 13 years old as WN2PAM. Amateur Radio set me on my career path. I have spent my career in hi-tech electronics, servicing the space and defense industry. I am also a VE helping bring new people to the Amateur Radio Service.

I moved to AZ when I retired in 2006. The AZ QTH is located In the mountains about 90 miles North of Phoenix, near Prescott Arizona, at an elevation of 5000 ft. Working conditions are , Yeasu FT1000D, FT1000MP Mark V, Kenwood TS440S/AT along with a Heathkit HW101 and a Heath SB220, both built in the late 1960's and early 1970’s. Antennas are stacked Cushcraft A3S and A3WS up at 40 ft. I also run a Cushcraft R7000 vertical.

Previous calls WN2PAM, WD6ECI, N6XBE, KM6MT AND AB6VW

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