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I have been a licensed Amateur Radio operator since September 1993, after passing my No-code Technician exams. In October of 1994 I passed element 1a (5WPM Morse Code reception), graduating me to Tech-plus class. Thanks to the FCC's restructuring of Amateur Radio licensing, I was able to earn my Amateur Extra license on 15 April 2000 (the first day that restructuring took effect :-). Even though I may be an "Extra Lite", I do have the goal to learn and use the Morse Code at speeds greater than 5 words per minute. I am a member of the ARRL, and the former president of the HP Boise Amateur Radio Club. My favorite yearly event with the club is the Field Day event, the last full weekend in June.

I am very interested in QRP (low power) operations, particularly since this area of Amateur Radio encourages participants to build and modify their own equipment. I enjoy learning about analog and RF (Radio Frequency) electronics, and I have fun putting together kits of various pieces of radio equipment. Fortunately there seems to be a resurgence in electronics kit companies, so there is plenty of stuff out there to build.

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