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Hello All,

Hi, my name is Ben and one of my favorite things in the world is RTTY contesting. I am a very active RTTY contester. My passion for RTTY goes back to my early days as a ham (way back to 1963) when I was one of the few folks using a transistor-based RTTY Terminal Unit. Over the years, I have owned several Teletype machines: models 15/19/28 mechanical RTTY machines. In fact, I wrote an article about a "2-Transistor AFSK generator" for QST Magazine in September 1969. My AFSK article also got included in the ARRL Radio Amateurs Handbook for a few years, beginning in 1970

In over 50 years as a ham, I have met many wonderful people over the radiosmiley.

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