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I have been fascinated with radio since I was a little kid.  I still am just as enthusiastic now at 40 as I was at 10 years of age.  Radio and electronics have always been a prime interest for me.  Currently, I own a small buisiness that caters to K-12 school districts and help them with their network infrastructure needs.

I spend a lot of my time on 20m & 40m HF. I really enjoy working the digital modes especially PSK31, RTTY, and other digi modes. PSK31 DX is so much fun with 50 watts!

    

I am a member of the Purdue Amateur Radio Club (PARC) - W9YB and a PARC Team VE for ARRL-VEC. You can find more info on W9YB at w9yb.org

I listen locally to the 146.760 W9YB - Purdue Amateur Radio Club repeater.

 

      
I am a member of the ARRL and RSGB.

I am a VE for ARRL VEC as well.

 

  #8376
I also participate on the OMISS 40m net regularly. My OMISS #8376. See you on the net!

 

My Station:

HF Rig: Flex Radio Systems Flex 6500, Icom IC-7600, Kenwood TS-830S, Kenwood TS-440SAT
HF Rig (mobile station): Icom IC-7000 (Installed in my iPortable go box)
VHF/UHF Rig: Icom IC-910H
Antenna: G5RV (up about 40 ft)
Antenna: Hustler 6BTV vertical
Antenna: Comet GP-15 6m/2m/70cm Vertical (at 50 ft)
Interface: USB direct to IC-7600
Amplifier: SPE 1K-FA 1000 Watts

In the Ford F-150 I have a Yaesu FTM-350 with a Diamond 3 band (2m, 1.25m, 70cm antenna).  Track me on APRS.FI using N9SJA-9

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My website: http://n9sja.com

Chasing DX!

 

Cheers & 73! de Nick N9SJA

 

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