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I was introduced to Ham Radio by my wife’s cousin Bob Hallock – K7TM- back in 1993.  My first license was a Tech+ and in 1996 I obtained my General ticket.   In 2009 I tested for my Extra privileges and was granted a license.  In May of 2014, I retired from 20 years of public sector employment; after working for a total of about 40 years in Public and Private sector employment it was time. 

My radio equipment is modest:

  • Yaesu 897D with a LDB AT-600 Pro II  autotuner (Home)
  • Yaesu 857D with a  is a LDG AT-200Pro Autotuner (on the Road)
  • HF antenna  is a dipole up about 35 feet at its apex
  • Six meter antenna is a home brew Delta Loop
  • Two meter antenna is also home brewed.

In the near future I would like to upgrade my equipment but again being the cheap person that I am it will be dependent on my disposable income.

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