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I had my first radio license in 1955 as WN9JQA. I upgraded to Conditional in 1956 as W9JQA. After Graduating from Rose Polytechnic , Terre Haute, Indiana with a BSEE in Electrical Engineering I moved to Independence, Missouri and became a General Class as K0LTV. Four years later i took a job in Rochester, New York at General Dymanics Electronics and changed my callsign to WA2WVL. In 1965 I moved across town to work for RF Communications (which was latter bought by Harris Corporation). In 1965 I was one of the operators at the XE5L DXpedition.

I stayed 33 years at RF Com with many interesting design programs which included:

2000 KW 50 mhz Transmitter for US Air Force.

50 KW 2-30 Autotune Transmitter for US Navy

10 KW 2-30 Solid State Transmitter for production

10 KW 2-30 Digital Autotune Antenna Coupler

4 KW Broadband transmitting System for US and Canadian Navys

Did preliminary antenna designs for the HAARP program

In 1993 I presented a paper 'Design and construction of Wire Yagis' at the Dayton Hamvention. (Included booms to 100 meters)

Hold 7 Patents on High Power design

I have written 7 antenna articles for QST and 1 paper for Antenna Compendum, Volume #6

Articles by WA2WVL are available on    www.wa2wvl.com

1. A high directivity receiving antenna for 3.8 Mhz
Aug 1993 QST
2. Is this EWE for you?
Feb 1995 QST
3. Broadband Transmitting Wire Antenna for 160 through
10 meters
Nov 1995 QST
4. More EWE’s for you
Jan 1996 QST
5. The Diamondback Antenna ARRL antenna Compendum
Vol. #6 1999
6. Short Dipoles for 160 meters
April 2005 QST
7. The Horizontal EWE Antenna
Dec 2006 QST

Unpublished Articles

1. Confusion on Ferrite Power Transformers
2. Designing Broadband Autotransformers for HF
3. Designing High Power Ferrite Transformers for HF
4. Using Power Supply Mosfets in HF Power Amplifiers
5. Driving Parallel Power Mosfets
6. Design and Construction of Wire Yagis
(Presented at Dayton Hamvention Antenna Forum1993)

7. The SVA (Single Vertical Array for 75 meters)

I have been a member of ARRL for over 50 years.

I retired to Florida in 1997 where I am still inventing new antennas. The SVA is here. (www.wa2wvl.com)

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