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Thanks for looking me up.

You can catch me on the weekends early in the morning on 40m hanging out with a small group normally between 165 and 185.


Please scroll down. I've added local weather and solar data.

My shack is the little storage room in my garage. I love old amps. I have several laying around most of the time.

To see some nice pictures click the link to my Photobucket collection.

Ron's Pictures

The FTDX5000 is my primary transceiver now. I use it with the QRO HF-2500DX.




The QRO is a big heavy amp. Built like a tank. You get a KW with about 10 watts in.

You can see some my tune spots marked with a pencil on the face. It wipes right off.

I think it's one of the best amps ever.

On the left is Carl WA4CS with Bill KO4OD at Bills QTH working on some mobile antennas.

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Weekdays- 2 P.M. E.S.T.

Saturday- 3 P.M. E.S.T.












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