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I was first licensed in 1955 (age 15) as KN4CWM operating with 35w from a homebrew Lew McCoy design TX from
the ARRL Handbook.  Later, my call signs were K4CWM, W8DOU, and W4OEQ (Extra Class).  I got my Extra under
the older requirements wherein you demonstrated 21 wpm code and a trip to the Atlanta examination station.

I went to college at MTSU; graduate school at WSU and FSU. Began as mathematics classroom teacher but
switched over to psychometrics in graduate school.  Lived in Ohio, Michigan, and Florida.  
Retired to wife's birthplace in Warren County, TN.  

Present main rig is an Omni-VII driving an AL-80B into a fan dipole or vertical.  I have an Oak Hills
qrp rig for 40m that I use on occasion. Other rigs include a Ten-Tec Triton IV Digital and a Kenwood TS-430S.

I occasionally will refurbish "antique" equipment.  My most recent project was an old Hallicrafters SX-43 receiver.

My first love is CW, but I also work various digital modes, SSB, and 2m FM. I chase DX when conditions permit.

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