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I first became interested in Amateur Radio in the early 1960's while in high shool. I obtained my Novice license in the spring of 1962. After graduating I entered the Air Force that fall and let my license expire (they were only good for one year back then). I became disabled while in the Air Force and the VA put me through college where I received an Bachelor of Science degrees in Math and Physics and later a Masters degree in Physical Chemistry.

I retired from work in 2004 and decided to finally get my ham license again. In December of 2005 my friend Bill (now AE7UI) and I took and passed our Technician license exam, my call sign was KE7FSX. In September of 2006 I took and passed my General exam and the 5 WPM code exam. In March, 2008 I passed the Extra license exam and was assigned my current call, AD7SR.

I am active in several nets including the Hi Noon and the Beehive nets, both on 40 meters; the Wasatch Back Tri-County net on 2 meters, the local 2 meter SSB net, the Utah VHF Society 2 meter net,  Coast Guard Auxiliary HF digital and SSB nets, and I am the net manager for a Coast Guard Auxiliary Ham Net on 2 meters. I recently re-activated a six meter net called The Six-Pack net which meets on Friday evenings at 9:00 PM Mountain time.  I am interested in antennas, message traffic, emergency communications, and especially teaching. 

My friend Bill, AE7UI and I teach "long form" Technician and General courses three times a year and Ron, K7RLS and I teach an Extra course starting in mid-January thru late-May every year.

I am a UARC member and am currently on the Board as Programs Co-Chair.  I'm told that I'm their best book customer! Perhaps because I purchase quite a few books for the classes I teach.

In addition to ham radio I am also active in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary which is the civilian arm of the Coast Guard, similar to the CAP and the U.S. Air Force. My physical disability doesen't allow me to be active on-the-water activities anymore, but I am active in teaching and communications.

Hope to see you on the air soon.


Morris  AD7SR

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