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Ham Member Lookups: 1995


First licensed in 2004 as a Technician I found an interest in gaining access to the remainder of the bands, I studied for and passed the General and Extra in short order, drawing on my Air Force SatComm training I was able to jump right into HF privileges.

CW is interesting, but not interesting enough to pursue it any longer. Code is useful but only to those snobs that are always barking about code being the one mode that will save the world in a Zombie apocalypse. Zombies are already in the streets, look around.

Instead, I work the digital space with D-Star as well as other modes like PSK31.

I'm running 100 watts into a center fed diapole but have made some pretty remarkable contacts around the globe, including Johnson Atoll, the Ukraine, Estonia and others on HF.

I'm usually on 40 meters when on HF or 20 Meters PSK31. I'm part of a small local grassroots group, exploring other modes and operations like MESH/BBHN, DStar, DVAP & uses of Raspberry Pi computers in the Amateur Radio space.

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