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Hello World! Name here is Greg and my home is Hamilton, Ohio. USA.

I've been a Ham for approximately 26 years and have earned an Extra class license just recently.

I work HF whenever I get chance though not very often these days and work 220 mhz weekly.

My HF rig consist of a Yaesu FT-757GX, Heathkit SB200 amp most times running 400~500 watts, Palstar antenna tuner and a old computer for logging. When HF mobile, I use a Radio Shack 10 meter 25 watt radio with a simple mag mount antenna. Nothing fancy but I've worked many countries.

Antenna is a inverted L near the rear of my property running South to North over the fence line.

I'm a proud member of HAMARC radio club http://w8ajt.hamarc.net/ and the ARRL.

Take a look and listen for the HAMARC W8AJT/B 10 meter beacon on 28.2628 and send us report.

Thanks for visiting and hope to talk with you again soon,

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