I received my Tech license in Feb. of 2011. I loved working on 10 meters and 2 meters but I wanted more. So with the help of some friends from the ham club I joined in Burlington I worked and read the book and got my General license in June of 2011. Special thanks goes out to The Burlington Ham Club K4EG and some of its members for always being there and ready to help or answer a question whenever needed. Now since I can work on HF I am having allot of fun and really enjoy being a Ham operator and a member of this great hobby.
I am a member of the 3905 Century Club. I am usually on the 40 and 80 meter nets. I am also a member of the OMISS Net and I am usually on the 20 meter net during the day and sometimes on the 40 and 80 meter nets at night. Come by and lets make a new QSO and exchange QSL cards. I am also a member of the Brothers Net, and several other rag chew nets. I love exchanging QSL cards. I will either exchange with you direct, or a buro on the net or EQSL. I am learning to do some CW, and PSK31, and have found this to be very fun and another excitting part of the hobbie. If you'd like more info on any of these nets please email me and I will be glad to tell you more about them. May the love of the Lord grow in your hearts. 73's and I hope to work you on one of the bands.
My wife got me a Icom 880H for Christmas, so I am playing on DStar. I just bought a used Icom 800H to put in my wheel barrel, at least thats what mine friend in the UK, M0AUT calls them. Now I own 2 DStar radio's and it sure is allot of fun chatting with others across the world with 5 watts. Try it you may like it. 73's. Its nice to try new forms of the hobby.
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