My Christmas light / morse code project was more difficult and time consuming than I originally planned. Here's a link to what I did for one number. More info to be posted soon with how I was able to send out morse code in sync with my Christmas lights.
Thanks for looking me up. I'm a relatively new ham first licensed in November 2009 originally as KB1THU and I received a new vanity call WA1N in March of 2011. I recently earned DXCC on three modes with all LOTW credits. Don't worry, I still collect papercards too and I am really backed up as the latest case from the buro cleaned me out. I'm currently a member of the Granite State Amateur Radio Association and the Yankee Clipper Contest Club.
My station is centered around a FLEX-3000 radio running barefoot 100W with a G5RV Jr, 20m, and 40m wire dipoles in the trees behind my house. Lately you'll find me in contests usually hunting and pecking.
Here's my station setup:
Here's the software that makes up my radio:
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