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*2016 Update*      Since my recent retirment from full time police work, I've started a new Youtube based Ham Radio show, K6UDA Radio. It's like... Elmer with attitude. Funny with lots of cool info, reviews and the occational hot chick playing ham radio. Log onto youtube.com/K6UDA. I'm posting new shows on a regular basis. Enjoy and be sure to like my videos and subcribe.

In 2011, I began my Ham Radio hobby with my original callsign of KJ6MOS. I've since upgraded to an extra class license and even became a VE. I'm active with the Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club (W6EK.org) & have served as president, vice president and varios committee chairs. I recently worked in the Cayman Islands under my Cayman callsign of ZF2DA where I made several 20M contacts around the world on my KX3 with 5 watts and a piece of wire thrown over a balcony.  I'm a big fan of D-Star, contesting and chasing DX spots. As you can see from the pictures, I drank the Elecraft Koolaid and came back for seconds. My current station is a complete Elecraft K-Line including K3S, P3, KPA500, KAT500 and remote rig. I've also got an Icom IC-7100 for Dstar HF, VHF & UHF work with MFJ 993B Intellituner. My other radios include:

  • Elecraft KX3 loaded with all the bells and whistles with a KPXA 100 amp for portable operations.
  • Icom IC-2820 dual band D-Star Mobile (motorhome & base)
  • Icom IC-5100 dual band D-StarMobile (in my truck)
  • Icom IC-92AD &  ID-51A dual band D-Star Handheld (in my hand)
  • Icom IC-208H dual band Mobile (in my jeep)

Everything is operated thru an iMac running Maclogger DX & FLdigi. This setup makes chasing DX fun and easy. My antennas include a 2meter J-Pole, 2meter halo for ssb , an NA4RR 20 thru 6 Meter Hexbeam at 40 ft. in the backyard along with a homebrew 80 meter dipole fed with 450 ohm ladder line into an MFJ 993b Intellituner, oriented north / south. I enjoy working 10, 15, 20 & 40 meters. The next projects in the pipeline are a 500 ft loop antenna.

You can most likely catch me on the group 7.155 in the mornings, the DV HF testing net when scheduled or on 2 meters at the W6EK repeater in Auburn or Reflectors 14C or 30C Dstar. 


The photo Above was taken at Field Day 2014. I was operating the GOTA Station with my Elecraft KX3 & KPXA100 Watt Amp. I had a great time and was able to get a bunch of new folks on the air for the first time.

I'm really getting into QRP DXing on my KX3. My longest contact on 10 watts QRP was Spain. I enjoy working D-Star both locally & thru the reflectors. I'm alwayslooking for other D-star users and the tips & tricks of digital radio. The new call sign K6UDA, is "code" for my Plymouth Barracuda dragster. I've designed a Racing themed QSL card With me doing a nice smoky burnout that I'd be happy to exchange via either e-mail, eqsl or snail mail.  I'm a member of the Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club. I'm also a member of Ten-Ten International #76315 as well as OMISS #8752. 

Here's a photo of me launching wire antennas at Field Day 2014. Yes I was also filming with my GoPro helmet cam.

I'm a 26 year law enforcement veteran with plenty of two way radio experience. I'm also a formally trained commercial photographer with a deep love for all things fast and shiny. I've turned my love of photographing cars into a love of racing them. In 2004 I started the Cuda Project. It's my 71 Cuda body on a top sportsman chassis. I've been racing cars on a semi professional basis for 4 years now. The car will run an 8 second quarter mile at just a tad over 150 MPH. Yes, I'm a Mopar guy. I'm also an avid SCUBA diver, Motorcyclist, 4X4 enthusiest, hunter and 2nd Amendment activist. Your 2nd amendment rights protect your right to say what you want on the radio.




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QRZ Logbook Summary for - K6UDA
Latest Contacts for K6UDA at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
EA8AOC 2018-02-02 20M SSB IL27fr Canary Islands Candido Mujica Cabrera
KB3WAV 2017-12-01 20M SSB FM19kl United States Kerri L Wright
DL5RBW 2017-12-01 20M SSB JN68bk Germany Roger Mulzer
HC8LUT 2017-12-01 20M SSB EI49kd Galapagos Islands Dxpedition 2017 Galapagos
PP5CY 2017-10-24 10M SSB GG52qh Brazil Chrys (Chrystian)
CA3JBD 2017-10-24 10M SSB FF46ol Chile Jorge Astudillo
XE1BRX 2017-10-24 10M SSB DL90hq Mexico Jonathan Remba
PY4DM 2017-10-24 10M SSB GH80ab Brazil Paulo Marcio De Assis
N4CY 2017-10-24 10M SSB EM63gg United States Everett W Sharp, Jr
KE8CAD 2017-10-24 10M SSB EM99lf United States David B Mossor
KI4HEJ 2017-10-24 10M SSB EM66sx United States Francis Armstrong, Iii
PU2URP 2017-10-24 10M SSB GG67la Brazil Rogerio Pimentel
KM4JBG 2017-10-24 10M SSB EM72kw United States Hewlett B Hunt
PU5CAC 2017-10-24 10M SSB GG53ie Brazil Carlos Alberto Conti
KG5REW 2017-10-24 10M SSB EM50ll United States Wayne J Malcho

Book Totals: 3088 qso's   1302 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

United States Award#1555
Granted: 2015-11-01 17:51:07   (K6UDA)

World Continents Award#5154
Granted: 2015-02-22 04:25:02   (K6UDA)

  • 15 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Mixed
Grid Squared Award#4291
Granted: 2015-02-22 04:20:02   (K6UDA)

  • 10 Meters Mixed
  • 15 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Mixed
  • 40 Meters Mixed
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