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Please call me Rob (Not Myrl).


I received my Technician class and General Class license July, 2011 and received my Extra class license September, 2011.

I typically work with a Yaesu FT-950 and 100 watts out to a 43' vertical S9V or an Alpha Delta DXCC-LB+ dipole at 42 ft. Working barefoot (100 watts) I received my DXCC Dec.2012,WAS in January 2013 and I received my Triple Play Award (TPA) #992 in 2014.

With the help of a wonderful and quite patient Ham - W8KJ - I have been learning CW and learning the challenges and rewards of working QRP. It's been fun and by the grace of God, I hope to have many more years ahead.

I stay busy and have a lot of fun as:
  • Secretary of the Butler County Amateur Radio Association (BCARA) which supports the Butler County Ohio Health Department in HAMilton, Ohio
  • Vice President of Queen City Emergency Net (QCEN) - supporting emergency communication needs of the Cincinnati-Dayton Chapter of the American Red Cross. The Greater Cincinnati-Dayton Region serves 36-counties in Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.
  • a member of Butler County Ohio ARES and as a Red Cross volunteer.  
  • a VE (ARRL and Laurel VEC's) and really enjoy being part of licensing new Ham's.

Please visit -WWW.BCARA.NET and WWW.QCEN.ORG.

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I am working at becoming proficient with code. If we recently had a QSO using CW, thank you for slowing the pace down and giving me a chance to practice!

 

Remember, we are in the 21st century - SUPPORT LOTW and eQSL

OMISS#: 8019 NAQCC#: 6133 SKCC#: 9529 Feld Hell#: 3928

I QSL primarily use LOTW and eQSL but will exchange QSL card's.

 

You can contact me at W8MRL at ARRL dot NET

 

 

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