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Summer 17 will be operating portable now and again from Lubec, Maine -- Washington County -- FN64mt  --  so if you hear me signing /1 that's where I'll be. 

In Lubec I'm frequently the eastern most ham in the Continental USA at 66 59 16W. There is a ham who occasionally operates a few feet further east from another cabin.

First licensed in 1962 and still using the same callsign. Currently active on all bands CW and SSB but looking forward to some PSK and RTTY in the future.

Rigs: Main station is an ICOM 7600 and Ametron 811 Amp. 

HF antennas at the homes station are wire: dipole on 40 and horizontal Vee that is 1/2 wave on 160m; full wave on 80m and works great on 30m. 20 through 10 is a TH11dx normally at about 16m or 55 feet on a crank-up tower. 

Mobile: ICOM 7000 HF with 9 foot whip, VHF and UHF with Diamond 2m/440 antenna.

Portable in Lubec: ICOM 7000 and off-center-fed long wire about 75' long and LDG tuner..

History

US Navy 1963-1972: CTR1 - Philippines/Okinawa/Pensacola. USS Belmont - USS Midway -- Fleet Air Recon 1 (EC 121's) out of Danang

Naval Instructor Naval Communicaiton Training Center Pensacola -- Teaching code;

'73-'75 worked in car radio industry

'75 to '77 sold voice and RTTY scramblers in Europe, Asia, Africa and Mid-east

'77 to present worked and consulted in EMC/ESD/Lightning fields for protection of electronic systems.

 

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