Hello from sunny Florida! I've been a ham since 2014 and I'm loving the hobby. If you're wondering why the 1 call sign, I changed my original call shortly after getting licensed to include my initials and there were no 4's available so I ended up with N1SER.
I'm currently running the following:
Yaesu FTM-400DR, 2m/70cm and Fusion
For the VHF/UHF base stations I have a Diamond X50A mounted in my attic (HOA) which seems to be working well for now.
For HF I have the Icom IC-7300 powering an EARCHI End-Fed 6-40m antenna mounted to a telescoping mast on one end and attached to the chimney on the wire end and also my main antenna which is a G5RV Jr. (by Truetalk on eBay) strung in a tree in the inverted V configuration. I'm usually tuned around the 40m and 20m bands for SSB voice and digital modes such as PSK31 and JT65. Stop in and say hello.
I'm also running the TAPR WSPR-Pi at 100mw on a random length wire and being heard regulary >1000mi.
OMISS #10346 www.omiss.net
Digital Modes Club #08023 www.digital-modes-club.org
100 Watts and a Wire #1830 100wattsandawire.com
Southcars #coming soon www.southcars.com
Please follow the DX Code of Conduct when on HF, even if it's not a DX contact. Click the logo below for more info. Thank you!
I've received my first set of QSL cards from Randy at KB3IFH QSL Cards. Check out his work if you're interested in designing and printing a set for yourself.
This was the Diamond X50A before I had the chance to mount it in the attic.
I work full time in the IT field as an IT Systems Engineer specializing in Windows Server. I've also been a professional photographer specializing in portraiture over the last 5 years... but have since closed my photography business to get back more time for family... Now I love taking photos of the night sky and other interests my wife and I have. Here are some examples.
Night Sky over Seacrest Wolf Preserve near Chipley, FL.
Wolf encounter at Seacrest Wolf Preserve.
Visit me at www.n1ser.com, The site is a work in progress.
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