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Greetings from So Cal!

New to ham radio, getting my Tech in June and General in July 2015, Extra in April 2016.  

As a kid, our family sailed around the Channel Islands and I recall sitting at the marine radio when bored, enjoying listening to the conversations.  About 25 years ago, a gentleman at my work tried to get a bunch of us licensed (W6PQ), but it never materialized.  I remember buying one of the old Gordo books from Radio Shack and studied for Novice, but work and kids changed my path.  I'm still too young to retire, but just decided to pick up one of Gordo's new books in 2015 and dove back into radio as a hobby.  Also active as a CERT member and communicator in our city.

I work for a major utility, managing a portion of the real estate department.  The utility helps to sponsor (volunteers maintain) a linked series of 220mhz repeaters in our area and serve as a backup to other emergency communication frequencies.  Check out http://www.W6SCE.org  Active on the 220 band, 2m/440 for local repeaters, HF, a little digital (DSTAR and YSF) via SharkRF OpenSpot, and listening to satellite.  Member with EARN, 220SMA, SOARA, 100WAAW #222, and fan of Ham Radio 360 and Ham Radio Workbench podcasts.




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