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I was originally licensed in 1972 and have held the following calls: WN9JQS, WB9TVH, AD4YH. W4AUV was my father's call back in the 60s. I served in the US Coast Guard as an electronics technician [1974-1978] specializing in high power HF communications and radar. I'm one of those "old school" radio guys, operating mostly CW on the low ends of 40 or 80 meters.

am also active on 75 meter AM with restored vintage equipment. Come join us in the AM window: [3880-3885-3890]. Pictured above is my AM station: The Apache TX1and matching Mohawk RX1 receiver. You can also hear me with the Apache on 40 and 80 CW with my Vibroplex bug!

I do not do the QSL card thing. Sorry.

                                <<<LIFE IS TOO SHORT FOR QRP!>>>

Here is the"Vertical Half Square" antenna! It is up about 80 feet. SIMPLE TO BUILD, CHEAP, HIGHLY EFFECTIVE!

There also is a Bazooka dipole for 40 meters up 50 feet underneath the vertical half square.

I am the author of Supermse. This is a CW keyboard program written in "C". I have recently updated it to run on XP. It also supports extended COM port addressing, allowing usage of USB to serial port converters for transmitter interfacing. For the most recent version email me and I will be glad to send it to you. This release: [Version 3.0]

Below is the mobile installation. I currently operate 40 and 20 CW and SSB while on the road. The 20 meter Hustler coil is shown in the picture. The black circlesindicate grounding points.













Professional licenses & certifications:

  • General Radiotelephone with Radar endorsement

My current occupations are:

  • Satelite broadcast engineer
  • Semi professional musician

73 DE




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