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I obtained my technician license on April 1, 2015 and my general license on June 18, 2015.  It took me until March 2016 to get around to my extra license.

I retired from IBM in 1994.  I’ve worked for two other firms as the network administrator and chief technology engineer after leaving IBM.  I have also been an adjunct professor since 1995, but retired from Kennesaw State University in June 2015. 

My dad wanted me to get my HAM license when I was 12.  It took me 60 years to get around to it, but here I am.  Amateur Radio is much bigger than when I used to listen to it as a kid on my Knight kit receiver. 

I am a member of North Fulton Amateur Radio League (NFARL).  My interests are in AREAS, public service and computer interfaces. 

I was born and raised in Detroit, but being with IBM (sometimes referred to as "I’ve Been Moved") I have moved.  I have lived in Detroit, Chicago, and Cedar Rapids. I now live in Sandy Springs, G.A. a suburb of Atlanta.

I am still a beginner at HAM radio and find amateur radio facinating, and I learn something new almost every day.

Equipment: Baofeng BF-F8HP HT, Yaesu FT-2DR HT, Yaesu FT-991.  For antennas I have:

  • True 4 Band CAT-NAB Loop at 65ft OG - 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m
  • Diskcone antenna for 6M and VHF/UHF on the house.

I am having fun and learning more every day.  Dad was right.  Listen to your dad.

73’s

Larry

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