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FCC license shows my first name as "Thomas". If you hear me calling myself "Ron", that is because that is the name I grew up with. I'll answer to either one. ;)

I was first licensed in 1962 as WN5DIN, then WA5DIN in San Antonio. My first station was a Heathkit Sixer with a 5 element yagi at 25 feet.

I did not renew my license after I went into the service in 1966.

In May of 2000 I was relicensed and became KL7XL in Sitka, Alaska.

A move from Alaska to Texas in 2005 and I eventually ended up as NX5D.

In 2011 I moved to Minnesota and got the vanity call, NY0A.

NY0A was previously held by Edwin L. Kracl (SK 2005) of Mounds View, MN.


Radio: Icom 7700,  IC-703+.
Amplifier: Acom 1500.
  HF:  Tennadyne T-6 at 35',   80m Horizontal Loop at 40'.
  6m:  InnovAntennas 6 element LFA Yagi at 40'.



I prefer paper QSL’s and will reply 100% to all QSL cards sent direct, no SASE needed.

Bureau cards will be returned via Bureau.

Log is uploaded to LOTW.

No E-QSL or QRZ logbook.

NOTE: Some callsign databases list my QTH Grid as EN25, which is correct for my Post Office mailing address, but I am physically located in EN24, about 1/4 mile south of the EN24/25 boundary, so EN24 is the correct Maidenhead Grid Square.

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