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IRLP Node 8298
Echolink Node N2HAK-L #710591

I received my Technician in July of 2011 and my General in November of 2011. I would appreciate any LOTW confirmations as I attempt to get Worked All States(WAS) and/or DXCC. Thanks.

http://edwincastillo.com/ham-radio/

QSL: LOTW, eQSL, Direct or Bureau.

I'm what you would call a computer geek. The reason I decided to get into ham radio is because two of my favorite geeks became hams (John C Dvorak, KJ6LNG; Leo Laporte, W6TWT). I received my license in July 2011 and upgraded to General in November, 2011.

I work at home so I am almost always monitoring during the day; mostly on the following repeaters:

I also enjoy calling into the "Say Good Morning with Radio" net on the carolina 440 link network which links to the IRLP micro-node reflector 9668 at 15:00 UTC (10 am EDT).

Equipment:

  • ICOM IC-2820H with a Comet GP-9 antenna.
  • Yeasu FT-450D with a Alpha-Delta DX-CC multi-band fan dipole hung from trees.
  • ICOM IC-208H with a Cushcraft A148-3S antenna
  • Dual-band 5 watt Wouxun KG-UV3D with a Comet SBB-7 mobile antenna.

 

N2HAK Ham Shack

Hope to hear you on the air,

73,

Edwin

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