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Currently operating (mostly) JT9, PSK-31, and RTTY on HF and FM and DV on VHF. Ham radio operator since 1962. First rig was a Heathkit DX-20 and a National Radio NC-125 receiver. The DX-20 was built with my friend John (now in Phoenix, and now W5EEX).

The QSL card shown here was drawn by my dad when I was first licensed in 1962. My original call was WN5EBB, then WA5EBB (through Advanced class). When I got my Extra class, I was given an opportunity to get a new call sign, so I did. I didn't ask for a special call... happy with this one, though.

Using a FT-857 and an Icom IC-7100 with a SignalLink USB interface. For DV, I have an IC-80AD and an ID-51A.

TA-32 Junior antenna at 40' on a US Tower MA-40 mast

TA-32 Junior (20-10) beam on a US Tower MA-40 mast. Rotator is at the base of the mast.

Member of the QRP Amateur Radio Club International. #14589

10-10 # 51384

Fists # 7681

SKCC # 10477

The interesting thing about amateur radio is that as the technology changes, the operators keep innovating and adapting. In the 'old days' I had a Teletype Corporation Model 19 tape set for RTTY with a Hallicrafters HT-37 transmitter, and a Drake 2-B receiver. The interface was homebrew.

 

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