Greetings! I've been a HAM since 2014. I started out as a Tech in the DFW area and upgraded to my General ticket in 2016. Originally, I entered the hobby with an interest in QRP portable operations. Although it was very rewarding, I sold my old 817nd rig to finance other gear in late 2015. I enjoy working 10 meters but typically find myself on OMISS 40/80 meter nets. Hope to work you soon! 73
...now dabbling in 160m....
...now back operating QRP / QRP Portable with the 817nd...
My current rig:
Yaesu FT-991 / MFJ Versa Tuner II / 160m Full Wave Horizontal Loop (p) / G5RV Inverted Vee (a)
Yaesu FT-817ND / LDG Z817 Autotuner for QRP and Portable Operations
Yaesu VX-6R w/ Speaker Mic and High Gain Antenna / FT-170 for backup emergency use
Yaesu FT-2900 VHF for mobile operations
FT-1500 GO-BOX VHF and an FT-7800 for UHF/VHF operations in the mobile
QSL Info: I currently only confirm via QRZ and LOTW. My XYL is designing physical QSL cards which I will be working to send out to all operators who have been gracious enough to send me physical cards. No EQSL please.
Non-HAM hobbies include: PC Building, PC Gaming, Shooting Sports, and PC Space Games...especially Star Citizen.
My HAM companion Adah likes to lay at my feet while on the radio...
My solar power setup working from Tishomingo State Mark in Northeast Mississippi.
Monitoring the OMISS and NATA Nets from the Multi Purpose Range Complex on Camp Shelby, MS. AN/PRC 150 Harris RT with remote head detached.
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