Licensed in 1965 and now retired from a long working life servicing all types of radio communication equipment.
When using the JT-modes I'm running barefoot with max. 50 W into the vertical.
All parts of my HAM stationis are controlled individually, but I can also have my computer control the whole station. The SW core is the DX-Lab suite of programs, which are very useful both during the daily work and when working a contest. All information is a mouse-click away, if not served for me immediately. And because DX-Lab can interface to all the popular HAM radio programs, no matter what mode I use, I have maximum support from the suite.
I'm collecting old radio literature, both books and magazines. Everything about radio technique and tubes; the older the better. You can read more about my collection on my web page http://oz6gh.byethost33.com. I have been told that McAfee complains about my web-page. Probably it's because I have documents in DJVU format on the web-page, because it is old fasion HTML with a little java-script.
Since 1962 I have been a member of the Danish amateur radio organization 'EDR' and for many years member of the local HAM radio club in Roskilde, a famous field-day club.
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