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1939 Born on May 8 in Washington, D.C.
1958 Patent application for a "transceiving SSB transmiter/receiver"
1959 Commercial First Class Radio Telephone Operator License
1960 Designed FM Stereo transmitter adapter for WSJS
1962 Graduated BSEE from University of South Carolina
1967 Chief engineer for General Electric multi-band radio design
1968 Stabilized feedback oscillator patent granted
1970 Formed Modular Radio Corporation
1972 Won worldwide competition for Algerian factoryradio design
1973 Created the original weather-alert consumer radio
1975 Weather-alert radio chosen for U.S. enemy attack warning system
1979 Weather radio alert patent granted
1982 Ground Loop Injection Tuner patent granted
1983 Sold Modular Radio Corporation and retired to Hawaii
1986 Licensed as KH6TY
1987 Created first low-cost, fullpage, computer monitor for Radio Shack
1999 Released first panoramic PSK31 transceiver and Digipan software

2000 DigiPan panoramic software released for general use

2001 Released DigiPic software forcolor thumbnail portraits by PSK31
2002 ARRL Technical Excellence Award for DigiPan
2003 QuikPSK PSK63 software and introduced PSK63 for contesting
2008 Narrowband Emergency Messaging System (NBEMS) software
2009 QST article, "A Sound Card Interface for FM Transceivers
2010 QST article, "The Classic Sound Card Interface"
2011 QST article, "Digital VOX Sound Card Interface"

Holder of 5 electronic circuit patents.

Married, with five grownup children and one·Extra-Class dog.

Enjoy·weak signal·communications on 432 MHz and·designing unique antennas for that band.

Currently net control for the Contestia·VHF Digital ·Net, meeting Wednesday nights at 8 PM and Sunday nights at 8:30 PM on 145.700 MHz. Just set your transceiver to 145.700 MHz, USB, run a program like fldigi or Multipsk, select Contestia 64/1000, and all net member's signals will show up at 1500 Hz.

Polarization is horizontal and all checkins are welcome. If you need FM02, just point your beam towards Charleston, SC and visit our net. I have 10 dBi of gain over a 80 degree beamwidth and can hear stations with similar gain antennas within about 250 miles even when there is no enhancement.


·DigiPan PSK31 Software: www.digipan.net

·QuikPSK PSK63 Software for Contesting: http://www.qsl.net/kh6ty/psk63/

·DigiTalk Software for Sight-impaired: http://www.qsl.net/kh6ty/digitalk.htm

QST article introducing DigiPan and panoramic transceiver http://www.qsl.net/kh6ty/digipan.pdf

NBEMS Software:


Compact 2- Meter Quad for the Attic:


A Sound Card Interface for FM Transceivers (June 2009 QST):
FM DXing (Powerpoint presentation):
SS5 (5 element Skeleton-slot beam from SVHFS Conference 2009):
Jolly Roger - Omnidirectional, Horizontally Polarized, 2 Meter Antenna:




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