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MY COMET H-422 4 band rotatable dipole.
Almost all band with my MFJ Itellituner.
Except 80 meters.
My New Yaesu, FTdx-1200
As you may have noticed amateur radio is my most favorite hobby!
See the pskreporter map.
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would be glad to add you as one of my ham friends!
Just want to let all my ham friends and contacts out there that I no longer use LOTW, I have switched over to Mac computers for all my personal business and Ham radio. I just got sick of all the annoying problems with the Windows operating system, and Windows 10 was the final straw that broke the camels back. And I already got out of Windows computers before it came along. I gave away two new windows laptops. And now have three macbook pros and a mac pro tower.
I also switched to FlDigi for my digital modes which does not support LOTW, to me LOTW is very difficult to set up and get working and ARRL does not allow you to claim any of your awards unless you are a member of ARRl. . I dont really care about those silly awards anyway, I just enjoy the hobby, and experiment with new ideas for emergency communications, that is why the hobby exsists as far as I am concerened.
My D-STAR hotspot equipment.
L TO R, Heavy duty 40 amp power supply, Kenwood TM-271.
My new All Mode, all band Operating Position, 100% Microsoft Windows Free! Ran by a Macbook, Pro
Known as Robert on the air, I was first licensed as a novice in 1984, passed my Element 3 and upgraded to technician in 1985. I was mostly active in Navy Mars from 1985 - 1992, was Northern California Area Coordinator for NAVMARCORMARS from 1989 - 1992, during the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989. Was in charge of managing 100 MARS members. Operated a lot of RTTY and MARS traffic nets in Region 5. Then became inactive in ham radio up until now. I recently did the element 3 upgrade in Marysville, Kansas which I was eligible for, since the FCC eliminated the 13 WPM code requirement to obtain your General class. I am now General Class and it has open a whole new world of opportunity to me in HAM radio. I mostly work on HF SSB and BPSK 31 now, not much activity, on the VHF - UHF Bands in the Midwest. I enjoy work SSB, CW and digital modes such as PSK31. I have been really enjoying PSK31, it is a new mode to me since I have been out of ham radio so long.
Here is some pictures of what my station looked like in 1985, Actually this was my new one after I upgraded to tech.
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