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I got involved into Ham radio late in life, but I did dabble in 11 meters back in the day. I also relied heavily on radios everyday in my previous career, spending 25 years with the Oakland Police Dept (CA). During that time, I worked in the street, as a detective, and even as a pilot for our police helicopter. I still work as an investigator for an insurance company. I guess I don't know what retirement means.

 

I enjoy rag-chewing my buddies on UHF/UHF, but I work as many HF bands as my antennas will allow me.

Equipment:

Icom IC 7600 HF

Yaesu FT-857D HF Mobile

Icom ID 4100A Dual Band /D-Star

​Icom ID 51A+2 D-Star HT

​TYT MD-380 DMR HT

​SharkRF OpenSpot (D-Star, DMR, Fusion modes)

Yaesu FT-8800R Dual Band (2)

​Standard Horizon GX 2000 Marine Radio (U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary work)

Heil PR 781

Mosley Mini - 33A WARC Antenna (20,17,15,12,10 meters) / Yaesu G-800SA Rotor

Home Brew Inverted V Dipole for 40 and 80 meters

A bunch of Icom, Yaesu, Kenwood, Wouxun HT's

(No power yet)

 

 

 

The Mosley is only about 35 feet above ground, but elevation of my QTH is about 350 feet above sea level.

 

 

 

Cruising with my beautiful wife and brother-in-laws in the Caribbean. (Yes I brought an HT.)

 

 

My station has changed since this picture. A lot more stuff, but a lot more cluttered.  I like this picture better because it's nice and neat.

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