I was first licensed in 1984 as KA9RLR, while attending Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL. I was always interested in amateur radio but didn't have a clue how to get started. Met Skip Walter, AD0H, a professor at WIU, and he patiently helped me through the licensing process. In 1985, I upgraded to extra, and got the call NI9K, which I held until March of 2009. Pennsylvania is my home now so when NI3K became available, I made the change. Love to work all bands and modes from 80 meters to 6.
Look forward to seeing you on the air.
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