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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.

Present station is an Icom 7600 for HF and 6 meters. Amplifier is an Acom 1500. HF antennas are a Tennadyne T6 at 35' and a 80m Horizontal Loop at 40’. Six meter antenna is a InnovAntennas 5 element 50MHz LFA Yagi (4.1m) at 40', the maximum height allowed by county regulations. Station computer is a Mac Mini, logging with Aether, by Andrew Madsen, AC7CF.

 

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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