Greetings from Johnstown, NY
I was born in Panama City, in the Republic of Panama (HP/HO). I graduated from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA with a dual BS in Computer Engineering and Computer Science. Shortly after graduation, I was hired as a Systems Engineer, and moved to Upstate New York.
I was licensed as a "Tech" in Nov, 2008 then upgraded to "General" in March 2009. Finally, I upgraded to "Extra" in September 2011. In May 2012 I became a "VE".
I enjoy the digital modes, such as SSTV, PSK31, Packet and APRS. In APRS you can find me using KC2UEZ-5 for my QTH, KC2UEZ-9 for my mobile and KC2UEZ-7 for my Bicycle mobile. My main radio is a Kenwood TS-2000. My Antennas are: UVS-200 for 2m/70cm, Vertical Starduster for 6m to 15m, 40m/20m delta loop, a sloper antenna for 160m to 10m and a Off center fed diploe for 40m to 6m.
My mobile is a Jeep Wrangler JKU and it has a Yaesu FT-859D and a Kenwood TM-D710GA. The FT-857D uses for 2m/70cm a Comet SBB-7 antenna and for HF a Yaesu ATAS-120 antenna. The TM-D710GA uses a Comet SS680SB and it is connected to a GPS Nuvi 350 for APRS functionality.
I am a member of the K2JJI Tryon Amateur Radio Club located in Fulton Co, NY. I am also the webmaster for the club. Our website is http://k2jji.org. Our 2m repeater is K2JJI and is set to 146.700Mhz with PL of 100Hz and negative offset. This repeater is also reachable via EchoLink on the node number:510372
For QSL exchanges, I prefer LoTW and eQSL. My QSOs are instantaneously uploaded after every contact. I also have real QSL cards that I would be happy to send to you, but I will be expecting one from you in return.
Besides Ham Radio, I am also interested on electronics, programming, video games (especially the HALO series), and caribbean music (SKA, Reggae, DUB and Rock Steady).
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