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My uncle WB6UOD (silent key) got me interested in Amateur Radio when I was about 8 yrs old. It took me several years to get my license about 1976 1st license. Was WN7EXQ Then It got changed to WB7EXQ. I was not very active and renewed my lic after it expired but still in the grace period and then received the call KB7PAB. Then upgraded to a Tech + in the early 90's. When the code requirement was lowered to 5 wpm I upgraded to General then Extra and asked for a new call and got AC7II.

I help out with the repeater building and repair with the local club and am the trustee of our main repeater with the call of AC7O. That isa Vanity Call of one of our prominent Silent Key Members Clayton Clark. Also Trustee of Rasberry PI ircDDB D-Star Repeater KF7VJO, AC7II Repeater on Mt Pisgah Cache County Utah a Link to the Intermountain Intertie Repeater System, 2 Sepreate Portable repeaters one VHF one UHF with Steerable links.

We have a repeater system that covers northeastern Utah with multiple sites. We also have an IRLP site Node 3381.

Radios:

IC-2820, IC-5100, TmMD710, Syntor, Ft 100D, Ft 847 W/LDG YT-847, FTDX-5000, 2-TV v7 and a ft 150, Collins 30L-1

Have fun Haming it up.

 

Ted AC7II

 

 

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