In the spring of 2008, I took a position with MaverickLabel.Com in Edmonds, WA. This enabled a return to Snohomish County after about 9 years in South Jordan, UT. While in Utah, I helped start the Oquirrh Lake Radio Club (http://www.k7olr.org).
I was also a founder of the New England Packet Radio Association, Northwest Amateur Packet Radio Association, and Utah Packet Radio Association.
I have served as an officer of several amateur societies, including: Amateur Television of North America, Utah Amateur Radio Club, Sky Valley Amateur Radio Club, Kootenai Amateur Radio Club, and others.
Currently, I spend most of my amateur radio time in pursuits related to D-STAR and you will find many of my thoughts on the subject in various Internet forums as well as my personal blog.
I am the designer of the STARnet Digital System, which was implemented by Jonathan Naylor, G4KLX, and is a rapidly growing new application for D-STAR, you can read more about it at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/STARnetDigital/
I run a couple of real-time chatroom / coordination websites for HF Digital Voice
I am also part of the team bringing the NW Digital Radio UDRX-440 to market.
I am also interested in VOIP Telephony among other hobbies and interests.
I try to reply with a QSL to any I receive, and are in my log, though sometimes they are a little slow coming (sorry).
First licensed in 1973 as WN7WHV (alt. WN7AJD), later as WB7VJK and KD7UW before receiving the K7VE callsign (I am an ARRL VE) after having obtained my Extra class. (Also was a VK3 for a bit -- having been there on business).
I formerly was the operator of AF MARS station AFB1GP and even earlier was in Navy MARS.
Immediate family members who are also licensed hams include:
My bride - KC7PAA
Sons: KC7GPT, KC7OSO, KD7PRM, and KD7PRN
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