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I have been a ham since 1976 with cw being my favorite mode. I think that comes from the four years I spent in the Army Security Agency (ASA) where cw became a way of life. I retired from Verizon after a 36 year career installing and repairing phones and cables.Now I spend my time beating up grandkids and contesting. My main station consists of a ICOM 7600 with the Knwd TS 2000 doing back up duty along with UHF VHF and a Mosley TA-34 tri bander at 50 feet. Also have an Ameritron AL-80b for added horse power. Qrp cw is by a Heathkit HW-9 that I built many years ago and I can be found on 40/15 meters running 5 watts. I also like running RTTY and PSK-31 using a Rig Blaster Plug and Play. Rev: WB3DOM - Sun Aug 9 8:35:34 1998

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