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I was born in 1936 in New York City and first licensed in 1994 as KB2RSD, then KG2BI and finally as WM2Z.  I retired in 1994 after 38 years in the defense electronics and software business.  After living on Long Island for most of my life, I recently relocated to Wake Forest, NC.  I enjoy working many aspects of ham radio including rag chewing, DX, contesting, Special Events, mobile and portable operations.  I am an ARRL member, and I am a certified Volunteer Examiner.  I am active in local ARES/RACES operations.  My other hobbies include photography, woodworking, homebrew electronics and computers.   


I am especially interested in the use of computers in my ham radio station and have a fully integrated system capable of operating phone, CW and many of the digital modes with automated logging and remote operation over the Internet.  I run an APRS weather station about 12 hours a day reporting local weather measured by a Davis Vantage Pro weather station.  This data can be viewed at http://map.findu.com/wm2z.  All electronic logs, including those from contests, mobile and portable operations, are periodically posted on Logbook of the World, and I respond 100% to incoming QSLs received directly or via the Buro.

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