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Welcome to my call page! I have been licensed since 12/27/88. My Uncle WB0NMW (SK) was my inspiration for first getting into ham radio. My first call was KC4ICK and shortly after that it was upgraded to N4UZH. In 1990 I earned my Extra class call sign (back in the 20 wpm days!!) and my call sign became WN9M. In ~Oct. 2009 I changed call signs to reflect living in Georgia/South Carolina, and now my call is WI4T. I really do not plan on changing call signs again.

I recently moved to South Carolina so I am in the process of getting my shack back together. I use an Elecraft K3 as my primary radio with a P3, KAT500 tuner and a KPA500 Amp. . I also have a 8.191 mzh I.F. tap going to a Softrock rx/tx which is being fed into the computer with a Delta 44 sound card. I usually run Skimmer with a 20K bandwith. My antenna is a 6 band Hexbeam. The antenna works great!

I would like to thank my fellow hams from the SPARC Spartanburg Radio Club for helping me to get my tower up! The tower is 40 foot with an additional 12 foot of mast to the Hexbeam. I also have a 144/440 antenna on the side.

I am an active LoTW member and as of the writing of this bio I have achieved the Tripple Play award and am working on 249 DXCC Confirmed LOTW as well as 4-band WAS.

Prior Calls: WN9M; N4UZH; KC4ICK

See you down the band!

Greg - WI4T

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