QRZ.COM
ad: L-HROutlet
ad: l-rl
ad: Subscribe
KI4CYP USA flag USA

Login is required for additional detail.

Email: Login required to view

XML Subscriber Lookups: 808


I received my Technician License in November of 2003.  I was very active in ham radio for the first several years of being a ham but eventually switched to another more expensive hobby of RC aircraft.  At the time I was also uninterested in learning code to advance my license.  Later when I learned of the rule change by FCC of no code to advance to General I immediately got online and ordered a General class study book and began my journey.  Life finally caught up with me in 2009 when I married the love of my life which pretty much took most of my hobby time.  I had sold off all of the RC stuff except for few things I couldn't part with.  I also packed away all of my radio equipment with the exception of my HT to keep handy during emergency or bad weather.  I had also lost interest in studying for my General license.  Now in the winter of 2016 and after two moves and the birth of my one only daughter, I ordered an updated study book for my General test and jumped back into ham radio.  January of 2017 I went and took my General exam at the local PARA club monthly meet.  I was able to pass my test and I am currently a General class operator.  I immediately ordered an Extra class study book and I am currently studying with hopes to become an Extra by year end. I love ham radio as I did when I got my first ticket in 2003.  I still enjoy the local QSO on 2 meter or 70cm but now you can find me trying to make QSO's with anyone who is willing on HF.  I hope to hear from you soon.  73's  

Current equipment in shack:  Yaesu 991, MFJ 993B Inellituner, Yaesu FTM 100DR Alinco DM-330FX PS, Wires-X HRI-200,

Yaesu FT2D HT

Mobile: Yaesu FT891, Diamond SD330 Screw Driver Antenna, Yaesu 3200 DR, Comet SBB-25 on a Diamond K9000 motorized fold over.

QTH Antennas:  NI4L 80-6 Windom inverted V, Homemade 20 meter resonant inverted V mounted around 50 ft, Homemade 10 meter 1/4 wave ground mounted vertical, Comet GP9 vertical 2m / 70cm mounted from roof of house up around 35 ft. Hustler 5BTV ground mounted vertical.

 

 

8505461 Last modified: 2017-12-11 03:46:43, 2598 bytes

Login Required

Login is required for additional detail.


Apply for a new Vanity callsign...

You must be logged in to file a report on this page

Please login now...

Public Logbook data is temporarily not available for this user
ad: giga-db
Copyright © 2018 by QRZ.COM
Sun Jan 21 00:58:51 2018 UTC
CPU: 0.061 sec 58989 bytes mp