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I got my license in 1991, after many years of activity as a SWL, BCB DXer and scanner enthusiast. I've been very active over the years as a member of the National Radio Club, the World's oldest and Largest all BCB DX organization. (You can link to the NRC from my site) I currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors and I am editor of the National Radio Club AM Radio Log. You can see my shack on my website. My ham activities have included experimenting with most activities that are available to us in the hobby. I've been active with the Aurora Repeater Association (You can link to the ARA from my site) as an officer of the organization and currently the trustee of our 147.15 (+) repeater I've dabbled in packet, participated in local public service activities and been net control for various local nets. In 1996 my wife Joan joined the Amateur ranks and in May 1996 we took over the publication of the Rocky Mountain VHF+ Newsletter. The newsletter catered to weak signal activity on six meters and up and now is continued as a website and every Monday night conducts RMVHF+ DX net on 144.220 USB at 8 PM Mountain Time. If you're located within a few hundred miles of the Colorado Front Range we'd love to have you check in. I'm retired from the Arapahoe County Assessor's Office where I was a real estate appraiser. I’m involved with the Colorado Council of Amateur Radio Clubs and many other Front Range Colorado ham groups including the Rocky Mountain Monitoring Net (Sunday’s 147.225/R at 8PM), Arapahoe County A.R.E.S D22.  I’m active on HF but spend most of my time on 6 meters and above.

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