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Received my Novice license in 1958 and I have been active ever since. In the early 90's I upgraded to Extra Class. I operate CW, digital and SSB modes. 

My station consists of a well equipped Elecraft K3/100 coupled with a P3 scope for CW and SSB operation.  A second K3/100 is used for digital work.  AC Log by N3FJP handles all my logging needs and various Elecraft software packages integrates both K3's with my computer.  When on digital modes I use Fldigi.  Also integrated into the station is a Palstar AT2K tuner which is used with open wire fed antennas.

This is the main operating postion.

For CW keying I use an iambic paddle Model P-2 by K8RA (sk) and a BY-1 by Bencher.  For lengthy ragchewing I use a keyboard. Over the years I have built and reworked several straight keys that I used often.  Now, due to health issues caused by aging I can't use a straight key anymore so I rely on either a paddle or my keyboard for CW.

I am an active member of ARRL, SKCC #1540, and ARCI #9616.  

Pictured are a several straight keys that I either fabricated or rebuilt and used for a number of years.

Antennas consist of a CF Zepp up 30 feet and a separate 40 meter dipole up 20 feet.  Both antenna systems have home made masts that are self supporting.

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