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First licensed as WN9LWH in Feb of 73. General in May of 73 . Advanced in 86 and Extra in 1988. Held the following calls WN9LWH WB9LWH N9EZL KD9TP NY9J W9USB K9DCW.

I've worked in the Electronics industry for 40 plus years. First 12 as an Electronics Technician in the Navy repairing equipement and teaching electronics and since 1983 working for General Electric Healthcare. First 16 years with GE was Field Service working on CT, MR and Mammo equipment. Since 1998 I have been a National On Line Support Engineer for CT and PET products.

I was QRT from 1992 until the end of 2008 due to work and restrictive antenna covenents. Wow what a change when I became active again. No code and DSP radios. CW skills rapidly go down hill when you don't use them. Its been a struggle with the old ears but they are coming around slowly.

About 98% of my operating is on CW which is my favorite mode usually chasing DX. Finally took the plunge and jumped into PSK31 and having fun with it.

Rig here is an FT-2000 feeding an 80 meter Carolina Windom at 30 ft.

Member of the ARRL QCWA SKCC and USS Cobia ARC.

EC for Kewaunee County Wisconsin

I support the DX Code of Conduct learn more about it here.

 

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73, Doug N9NX

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