I have been a ham since 1991 I enjoy making contacts on the HF bands. I usually operate on 15,17,20 meters and 10 meters when the band is open. I monitor and talk on some of the local repeaters at our recent home after moving from Renton Washinton to the Hood Cana area. We now recide in Union, Wa. Recently got into the DSTAR (Nov. 22nd, 2014) and I find it fascinating and I hope to be able talk to folks all around the world and the US of A soon. I have been retired going on 5 years from The Boeing Company where I finished my career in flight test. I am a member of the Mike & Key Ham Radio club in Renton, WA.and the Mason County Amateur Radio Club in Shelton, WA. Feel free to drop me a line or two for comments, suggestions or just to say hi! Thank for looking me up, 73.
Monitoring Repeaters: ANALOG 146.820 PL 103.5 444.550 PL 141.3 144.240 SSB DSTAR WA7FW 443.8500 +5.000 REF029A
HF/VHF/UHF All mode radio: ICOM IC-208H HF TRANSCEIVER: KENWOOD TS950SDX
ICOM 207H Dual Band [in my 2013 Chevy Silverado P/U]
ICOM ID-51A DSTAR Dual Band Hand Held
Icom ID-31A DSTAR UHF Hand Held
Icom IC-880H DSTAR Dual Band Radio
2. POWER SUPPLIES:
Astron RS-35M 35AMPS, Astron RS-20M 20AMPS
CUSHCRAFT R5 VERTICAL FOR HF 10M-20M
CUSHCRAFT R6 VERTICAL Assembled mounted 10ft in the air on corner of the fence. Will be operational in spring of 2015.
Diamond X-50A VHF/UHF antenna on the top of the roof at 30ft.
Larsen NMO 270 mag mount use on my 2007 Toyota Camry AWD
CUSHCRAFT A270-10S 144-148/440-450MHZ BEAM 5 ELEMENTS
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