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I have been an Amateur Radio operator since 1990. I enjoy using the radio to keep up with friends and discover new things that I can do with the hobby . My favorite bands are 50 MHz, 144 MHz, 222 MHz & 432 MHz.

I enjoy going on mountaintopping trips with my friends into Southwestern Virginia to work the VHF/UHF bands. The elevation where we camp is ~5700 ft which is not bad for the East Coast. We often stir up quite a crowd on 50, 144, 222& 432 MHz using both FM & USB modes.

Equipment Operated:

Kenwood TS-2000 HF/VHF/UHF

1KW Dentron Clipperton-L Amplifier

Icom IC-910H VHF/UHF/Satellite All Mode

Kenwood TM-742A Triband 144/222/432 MHz

RF Concepts 100W 432 MHz amplifier

Mirage 100W 222 MHz amplifier

Icom 706 MKIIG HF/VHF/UHF All Mode

P.C. Electronics TC70-20 ATV Transciever

Kenwood TM-D700A mobile w/APRS (KC4PHJ-9)

Kenwood TH-F6A Triband HT 144/222/432 MHz

Yaesu FT-530 Dual Band HT 144/432 MHz

Motorola GP 300 432 MHz HT

50 MHz M2 HO Loop at 80 feet

Diamond Tri-band vertical 144/222/432 MHz at 80 feet

Carolina Windom 10-160M dipole

Locally I can be found on the 442.075 KD4PBS repeater at 1200 feet in Apex, NC, 147.27 AK4H JARS club repeater in Auburn, NC and the K4ITL 224.16 repeater in Auburn, NC. I also monitor 50.125 MHz on the 6M band and sometimes hang out on 3.895 on the 75M band.

73, Alex

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