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Location: Home station weekdays, maritime mobile Fri-Mon.

Equipment at both stations:

Radio: ICOM 706MKIIG

Tuner: MFJ-993B

MM Antenna: 6 meter vertical, 9:1 UNUN, grounded to lifelines, 160-10 m

Home Ant #1: 10 meter vertical at ground plane, 4:1 UNUN, 40-10 m

Home Ant #2: 20 meter end fed, 4:1 UNUN, NVIS 160-40 m

Profession: Internal Medicine physician, private practice

Interests: astronomy, history, geology, paleontology, electronics, HAM radio, computers, sailing, camping, escapist philosophy (but still didn't precisely figure out from what I am escaping, or where to escape)

I used to love flying a Piper J3, but was twice frightened out of piloting: once by wind shear, and once by a corporate jet.

Achievements: I have improved my success/failure ratio in most projects from 1/5 to 1/3

 

 

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