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Took my Novice and General exams at the FCC offices in Wash. DC in 1977 and received WB3JHP. I operated HF, VHF(eme) from Maryland before moving to the Shenandoah Valley of VA, retaining WB3JHP, where I operated HF and some VHF(ssb).

After 40 years in the publication printing industry, I retired and moved to GA. Finally decided it was time for a call sign change to better represent my station location, so applied for and received W4TMW.

I enjoy operating HF (CW) and VHF/UHF (SSB,CW) also work in my machine shop designing and building model internal combustion engines and telegraph keys of various kinds for my personal use.

Here are a few of the more interesting keys I have made and used;

Below left is my straight key I call 'The Slab' .      Below right is my latest, (Nov. 2012), a copy of a Robley & Tough- Piergraph No. 2, a 1930's Australian key.

This is my straight key, I call The Slab. This is a copy of the Robley & Tough- Piergraph No.2, a 1930's Austrailian key

 

My copy of WB9LPU' s 'Balanced Bug'.....a really neat telegraph key !

 

 

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ARRL Life Member since about 1980.

Various ARRL awards

Straight Key Century Club - SKCC #6184S

Side Winders On Two - S.W.O.T #1867

73, Tom

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