Ham radio is a wonderful hobby. I lke to keep it simple, Just tweaking. Getting better on every QSO. My favorite ham radio thing is operating my back porch. No hurries, no stress, just having fun yacking away.
After passing the Extra exam in September 2012, I applied for a new call sign, KD5AT. This call sign reflects my time in the Texas Army National Guard on M1 tanks from 1985-1996. One of my assignments was with the unit in which Larry Hagmann, the famous "J.R. Ewing", aso served, C Company, 2/112th Armor Battalion, Weatherford, TX.
This is our team for the Katy Amateur Radio Club VHF contest. I am on the far left., then Michael, K5WRN, Don KG5DEC and his daughter Katie, KG5DEB amd Bryce, KG5AAV. The young lady in front is Michael's daughter.
June 2016 UPDATE:
Recently added 40 meter dipole to antenna configuration as 40/20 fan dipole.
Radio updates now include a Icom 706 Mkii. LIke using the 706 as a field radio, but prefer the Icom 718 at home. I do think the 706 has a more sensitive receiver. Having said that, I aspire to own a Flex in the near future.
KD5AT MEDIA HAS ACHIEVED A BEACH HEAD!
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