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Thanks for stopping by the site! As NY3B I live in Orefield, PA., a small village near Allentown (1 hour from Philadelphia and 90 minutes from NYC by car). I was first licensed at the age of 16 as WB3GTT and in my 30+ years of Amateur Radio I have met a lot of interesting people from all over the world! I almost exclusively use CW, and mainly enjoy chasing DX and building equipment. In the past I have also been involved with contesting, but being the father of three very active boys I no longer have the time to dedicate to contesting.

In 2000 I received the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Technical Service Award- which was a real honor. I also serve as a consultant to the ARRL on issues pertaining to EMC and am also a Volunteer Examiner, and enjoy teaching radio classes and giving exams to new hams.

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