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My first amateur license was issued back in 1980. I never made it on the air because I'm a terrible speller and hate to send code. When I when to upgrade to the Technician Cass I failed my first test by one question. Bought a Kenwood Radio but never was able to transmit. Several years went by and my license expired.


In 1998 my son became interested in Amateur Radio at a Boy Scout camp out that was held the same weekend as Jamboree on the Air.

We started studding together and in a couple of months (my son took a little longer) I had my Technician Class license.


My first Mobile HAM Station.












Silver Mini Van

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Green Mini Van

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Silver HHR

My current Mobil HAM Station is my 2011 Chevy VOLT. (Still have my original HAM plates)

It has a great spot to keep your E-Z Pass.










Inductive cell phone charging station.

VOLT caliper covers.

Converts to a Mobil Power Station when needed.

And is equipped with warning labels to keep drivers from tailgating.

PS: They don't work!

I'm marled with three children.

My wife and I live in Walworth, New York ( suburb of Rochester)

Our three children live in the area.

My other hobbies are N Scale Trains, Rail fanning, Photography and Computers.

All of which go together very well.



David C Reussow











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