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Thanx for looking me up . I am fairly new in the Amateur Radio world although I have been interested in it since I was a mini kid. My interest continued through my first tour in the Air Force where I used to spend time with a friend that was a COMM type. I used to spend time with him when he would work the AC&W, AACS and MARS stations from the base we were stationed at.

My Technician license was granted in 2008. I have since upgraded to Extra class.

The antenna's are tuned with a Palstar HF-AUTO  utotuner.

The antennas are a Butternut HF6V for 80 and 40 meters.For 20 -10M I use a Cushcraft MA5-B. It is mounted on a Hazer with a Ham IV rotor on a 40 foot tower.

I am a member of OMISS, #6621 and 10-10 International,#75735. I am also the net controller for the LoneStar and CowTown chapters of 10-10 International. We meet every Sunday and Wednesday evenings @20:00L on 28.460 plus or minus QRM. I also work PSK 31 and SSB DX.

The computer has Windows 7.

I work PSK 31 using Digipan or FLDIGI.

Thanx for looking me up. Bill....


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