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Introduction

My name is Joe and I’m from Jonesville Michigan. Grid Locator: EN71qx  I first like to give special thanks to my uncle; he got me started in radio by encouraging me to listen to his police scanner.  Later, I got the “Convoy” bug and purchased a CB radio. The FCC required CB'er’s during these days to have a license.  During my teenage years, I learned about the ham radio.  How do you obtain a Ham Radio license? The first thing I was told was, I needed to get my first class radio telephone license then go after your ham license.  I gave up the radio dream for awhile and placed it on my bucket list.  I met a Coworker/Friend/Elmer (KD8NOI) who had his ham license and he continued to encourage me for several months to get my ticket.  My Elmer’s friend (AC8GD) was selling a radio.  Best advice: Purchase a radio now even if you don’t have your license yet.  I ended up purchasing a Kenwood TS 2000 Multiband radio, power supply and a Comet Tri-Band antenna. I live with my beautiful wife of 28+ years. Our daughter is currently in college studying to be a Physical Therapist.  We are extremely proud of her and all her accomplishments. Our family has two dogs. (Samoyed & Siberian Husky).

Radio Shack

Radios - Kenwood TS2000, Kenwood TM-V71, Baofeng UV5RE, ICOM ID51-A (DSTAR)

Antennas - Comet GP-15 Tri-Band, Dual Band Mobile Antenna, G5RV 10M-40M Dipole (installed), Carolina Windom 160 (Not Installed)

Accessories - Two Baofeng Batteries, Baofeng Battery Eliminator, Triplexor & Headset w/Mic

Scanner - Radio Shack Pro-197, Triple Trunking Scanner

Clubs / Groups

Hillsdale County Amateur Radio Club

Branch County Amateur Radio Club

World Wide Amateur Radio Group

 

License / Certifications / Training

 

2013 - Technician Class License - March 2013

2014 - General Class License (March 2014).  

2014 - Received SKYWARN storm spotting training in Archbold, Ohio.

2014 - Received Message Traffic training from Michigan ARRL Section Manager. 

2015 - Received SKYWARN storm spotting training in Coldwater, Michigan. 

2015 - Hillsdale County, Community Emergency Response Team Member

2015 - Attended KB6NU One Day Technician Class - (Train the Trainer)

2016 - Received SKYWARN storm spotting training in Hillsdale, Michigan

2017 - Received SKYWARN storm spotting training in Angola, Indiana

Scanner

Monitor: Local Police, Fire, EMT & Amateur Radio frequencies.

VHF/UHF

Monitor:  KC8QVX (147.060) and (444.825) in Jonesville, Michigan

Monitor: WD8KAF (147.300) and (443.300) in Coldwater Michigan.

Monitor: Coldwater simplex frequency (146.550).

HF

 

10 Meters, 20 Meters and 40 Meters.  Monitor: 14.300, 14.225, 7.245

IRLP

 Node:  4843 - KD8UJS, Jonesville, MI.

 Node: 4812 - KC8QVX, Jonesville, MI.

 Node: 4294 - K8LRC, Blanchard, MI.

 Node: 4672 - K4KWD, Jackson, MI.

 Node: 8139 - WB8ODF, Ypsilanti, MI

 Node: 5046 - GB3EE, Chesterfield, England

 Node: 8923 - W8FSM, Fenton, MI

 Node: 4373 - K8DAA, Holland, MI

 Node: 4868 - WK8H, Vermontville, MI.

  

Echolink - (Conferences, Repeaters and Nodes)

 

KD8UJS-L 

K8LRC-L 

WWARG - Conference

HAM - Conference

 

Allstar - (Hubs and Nodes)

 

KD8UJS - 46886

KC8QVX - 46089

K8LRC - 42121, 40870 & 46769

East Coast Reflector - 27339

Win System - 2560

W8CMN - 28234 - VHF

W8CMN - 28535 - UHF

HUBNET - 41522

 

Dstar - (Repeaters & Reflectors)

 

Repeater: W8DF CL - Battlle Creek

Ref: 001C

Ref: 030C

Ref: 061C

 

Computers/Software

 

HP Pavilion Elite Computer

Toshiba Laptop – Echolink & GRLevel3 - Weather Tracking Software Installed

Favorite Hobbies

 

Spending time with family & friends

Celebrating Holiday’s and Football Events

RV’ing / Camping / Traveling / Tail Gating

Boating, Fishing, Scuba Diving

Exercising / Teaching & Practicing TAI CHI

Amateur Radio / IRLP / Echolink / Allstar / Message Traffic / Slow Scan TV

Net Control Operating

 

Goals

 

Net Control Operating

Obtain Extra class license

ARRL Amateur Radio Instructor

Volunteer Examiner

Participate in National Traffic Nets

Learn Morse Code

Learn DX’ing

Learn Foxhunting

Learn PSK31

Learn Winlink

Echolink: KD8UJS-L

Learn Dstar

Learn Allstar

 

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Space Station Location:   n2yo.com 

Interesting Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for reading this. 73.

KD8UJS, Joe

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