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I have been a licensed since 1969.  My father insisted that I would have to learn the code rather than pester him while he was in the middle of a contact. With my dads help I built a 40 meter single band novice transmitter and my mon made sure that my allowance would cover the cost of a used Heathkit HR-10 receiver. The rest, as they say, is history. I have played on all the bands with a variety of radios and modes. My real passion is working on and  operating vintage HF, AM transmitters and receivers.I am so lucky to be alive and I thank everyone for their warm thoughts and prayers when I was going through my treatment for AML Leukemia back in 2013. The Good Lord answered your many prayers and I have been blessed with more time to play Ham Radio.

Hope to hear you sometime......73/88 DE  Liz

​The picture below was taken on 12/22/2015

My restored US navy AN/FRR-23 HF Receiver which is installed at my Michigan QTH. This is one hot receiver!


Below are a few shots of my office and Ham Shack as of  December 2015.

Primary Station Macclenny, Florida


Studio "B"

Studio "C"

Central Electronics Model 200-V Transmitter

Below Is a picture of my restored BC-610G (Serial Number 7)

My latest Acquisitions: Hallicrafters HT-32B Transmitter, SX-101A Receiver and my restored Viking Valiant II Transmitter

Here is a Hallicrafters SX-28 that I restored in May of  2015.

Below is my EAC R-390A/URR serial number 1533. The receiver was manufactured in 1967 for the US Navy.

I  restored this receiver in Feburary of  2016 


This is my Multi-Elmac AF-68 with the matching PMR-8 Receiver


Below is Studio "D"

I really love my Hallicrafters HT-20


Here are a few pictures from our companies operational deployments supporting DOD, FEMA and US NAVY.


Above are pictures taken during our three month deployment to Washington D.C. just after the attacks of September 11. 2001


Cell-Tel Deployment To New Orleans in support to FEMA during Hurricane Katrina


Cell-Tel Deployment to NAS New Orleans during hurricane Gustav


Cell-Tel Deployment To Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in support of the Haitian Relief Effort 2010


Cell-Tel Team aboard the USNS Mercy off the coast of Indonesia during the Tsunami relief effort. We built a small tactical cellular network onboard the ship to provide shipboard and (sea to land) cell coverage.


Here is an updated picture of my K4GHT/8 basement office and ham shack taken in November of 2012. This corner of the basement is where it all started some forty-three years ago. As a new Novice I ran an Eico 720 transmitter with a Heathkit HR-10B, pounding the brass and making friends all over the world. My early days as a ham radio operator had a profound impact on my life and set me on a path for an education and future in aviation and electronics. I sure enjoy coming home and working on the old ham shack. I have so many wonderful memories of my mother and father when I'm home in Michigan.

73's de K4GHT

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