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My interest in radio goes back to my childhood where my father was a radioman from WWII who trained but never served due to the war ending. We always had test equipment and other peoples radios and televisions in some state of repair. I cut my teeth, so to speak, on vacuum tube radios and TV's. I attended DeVry in Electronic Engineering in 1971 and have been working in the electronics and computer industry since then

I got my Tech in January of 2004. On February 1, 2006 I upgraded to General. 10 days later, I upgraded to Extra and got a sequentially assigned callsign AI4OF.

As of July 15, 2011, I am operating under the vanity call sign N4CR

I am a W5YI and ARRL Volunteer Examiner.

My current shack consists of

  • Kenwood TS-590S
  • W2IHY EQplus
  • Audio Technica ATR-30 Mic
  • Ameritron AL-1500
  • MFJ-989C Roller Inductor Tuner
  • Telepost LP-100A Digital Vector RF Wattmeter

Antennas:

  • 135' doublet
  • Cushcraft R8

Test Equipment

  • Tektronix 2236A 100 Mhz Dual Trace Scope, Frequency Counter, Precision Voltmeter
  • HP 8656B Synthesized Signal Generator
  • Motorola R-2001B Service Monitor
  • Sola Isolation Transformer
  • RCA Senior VoltOhmyst w/ High Voltage Probe
  • Lambda LQD-421 DC variable voltage/current dual power supply
  • Astron RM-50M
  • MFJ-269 Antenna Analyzer
  • Hakko 936 Soldering Station

 

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