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Greetings and thank you for looking up my callsign!

My name is Mark and I've been a licensed amateur radio operator since July 2003.  I first entered the hobby because of weather spotting.  It took about 10 years before I became interested in HF. Once I upgraded to General, then Extra, I started working with SSB, JT65 and PSK31 on 20 meters.  At the time, I had a 20m dipole strung across my attic.  

Lately (2016-2017), I've been messing around more with DStar, DMR and Fusion.  Those three modes make it easy to monitor at work and hear people from all over.  I run hotspots at home and at work, consisting of an openspot, a single-band DVMega installed in a Raspberry Pi using Pi-Star, or a dual-band arduino DVMega connected to my computer using BlueDV for Windows.

I've held several callsigns over the past several years, with K9WTH being the most recent.  WTH were the initals of the small town that I grew up in.  However, most people associated WTH with What The Hell.  So, I decided to change callsigns to something more meaningful to me and that's my xyl!

7 3 and have a good day!

Mark / K9NRJ



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