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To my HF queriers, I am East of our Continental Fall Line, in the Mid-Altantic Region; and using a stealth array due to HOA respect. So bear with me, all my math says thats about right; most people DUE West, West North West and West South West of my location CANNOT HEAR ME... frown Catch me if you can (CQ CQ) !!!

I received my ticket in April 2011. I'm a member of K3ERA / W3PGC ARES/RACES. I am a former Information Technology educator and I currently work in Civil/Emergency/Public Safety Technology and Communications for State and Local Government. My HF QTH is primarily at my Home 2 US miles NE of my PO Box. My secondary QTH on HF is 20 US Miles SE of my home QTH in Charles County, MD (Waldorf). I'm also in training in Air Force MARS (AFA3LL/T).

I use a Yaesu FT-7900R, BaoJie BJ-UV88 HT, Motorola MT2000 HTs, Kenwood TK-840, Alinco DR-1200R and a Kenwood TS-140S purchased in excellent condition from K7FE. My personal project is a Custom PC with Keyer, Rig Controller, Paccomm Tiny MK-II TNC (UHF/VHF), AEA PK-232DSP (HF), and Software DSP for my TS-140S, all made with Free and/or Open Source Software.

I work 2m/70cm FM and VoIP; 70cm/2m Base with a Homebrew WB6IQN DBJ-2 2m/70cm Antenna. Due to my antenna restriction and my QTH location and strong ambient 2m noise from Joint Base Andrews, MD; HF at Base with my Stealth Array, I receive 59 reception [Far] East and South; and decently in other directions. I receive HF AM DX broadcasts within the US Amateur Band of languages I comprehend or wish to learn. I also listen to W9BRO and the Night Watch on 7.190 MHz.

Projects I'm working on (and looking for like-minded Hams creating a National Amateur High Speed Wireless Society):

  • HF Net to transmit and/or receive primarily HF data and image [facsimile]

  • TCP/IP over AX.25

  • Fast Scan Amateur Television (ATV)

  • Amateur Voice over IP Network

  • Amateur High Speed Data Network

  • Amateur Paging Network

  • Wireless HSMM Infrastructure

  • Maintain the 44.60.44.0/24 subnet of AMPR with services avalaible locally to amateurs over HSMM-MESH, and other Amateurs over WWW.AMPR.ORG

I'm very interested in VHF/UHF HSMM projects and those with those with AMPR.org Amateur 44 IP allocations (interested in providing low-bandwidth services such as text-based, web browsing, message servers, emergency VoIP Exchanges capable of carrying 1-3 channels, etc.).

For those interested in getting their ticket, I suggest the following websites:

Link to the official examiner question pool for the Technician Exam: http://ncvec.org/page.php?id=362

This is an article referring to the Amateur Extra License in particular; but it explains how one can study for the test:
http://kb6nu.com/extra-class-easypass-how-everybody-can-be-an-extra/

Technician and General Youtube Course by KE4GKP: http://www.youtube.com/user/merryviking

EHam.net Practice Exams: http://www.eham.net/exams/

 

 

73 de KB3VWG
http://kb3vwg.ampr.org/

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