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Back in the late 1970's I had a Novice license and belonged to my High School Amateur Radio Club. After High School other things took priority; College, Military Service, Marriage and New Occupation after Military service. In 2007 I passed elements 2 & 3 to get back into the hobby, the following year I completed my upgrade to Element 4. Now the learning really begins. Currently I am employed as a High School Special Education teacher. My students always enjoy seeing the QSL cards I have recieved. They especially like those from other countries and I have used the cards to make presentations on Amateur radio in many classes that I Co-Teach in. Please keep those cards coming when I make a contact with you.

Member of Virginia Mountain Amateur Radio Club, Virginia Fone Net & W9WDX Worldwidedx.com Amateur Radio Club.


Wayne C.

Base : Kenwood TS-2000, LDG AT-1000ProII Autotuner, Ameritron AL80A, Logitech H110 Stereo Headset.


Antennas: KIO 20-6m Hex Beam, Gulf Alpha Dual Band 2M 7 x 7 Cross Polarity-10 element 70cm, 80m Delta Loop fed with 600 ohm Ladder line.


Mobile : Icom 7000 with 7inch TFT Monitor.

Mobile Antenna : Tarheel 200A-HP

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