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I am currently active on 3.5 - 1296 Mhz (excluding 902) on voice and digital modes with real RF and also on the Internet QSONet. I serve as custodian for Family Radio Club callsign W1AFV, which was first used by my Father, F. Clifford Estey in 1922 from Salem, MA. We have five hams in the family: Sons Daniel, N0OWM and Kurt, N0OWN; Daughter Sara N0OWO; and Wife Carol, KB0FFO. I can be found on the KM0D repeater - 444.575 Mhz PL 100 Hz and the 145.45 Repeater both here in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. I am a member of the ARRL, the Central States VHF Society, and the Northern Lights Radio Society.

My most recent interest is in experimentation with Software Defined Radios (SDR) and have enjoyed making CW QSOs using 400-mW on 80-meters using the SoftRock RX/TX version 6.1.

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