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I've been licensed since 1984 (originally KA1MKN), and operate HF/VHF/UHF.

Antennas are G5RV and wire dipoles plus an Antron vertical for 10/12/15, and a small beam for144 and 430.

Mostly I chase DX on CW and digital modes using HRD and Digipan.

Although I'm not a repeater guy, I just became active on DMR, which is the latest mode to take the hobby by storm. Fine me monitoring SNE (Southern New England) TG, NA and WW TG as well.

I also listen to shortwave, HF aviation and utilities, and AM BCB DX, VHF aviation and public safety agencies.

W1AMJ was originally my dad's callsign that I am proud to hold as a tribute to his involvement in the amateur radio hobby.

I QSL via eQSL and the Bureau, but not LOTW.

Additionally I am a freelance writer for Examiner.com, where I post articles on radio, technology and gadgets.

Link here: http://www.examiner.com/hobby-radio-in-hartford/peter-miller

Grid FN31mm

10-10 #43023

EPC #11460





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