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I have long been fascinated with Ham Radio but never took the initiative to explore the hobby until 2012.  With the harassment encouragement of WK4U, I studied for and received my Technician license in September 2012.  I obtained my General license October 2012.

I dabble in a bit of everything Ham Radio related, from building my own antennas, kit building, micro controllers (Arduino), Raspberry Pi (and other single-board computers) and anything digital from APRS to SDRs to WISPR.

I am most intrigued by QRP so IF you hear me on HF, I'm most likely operating 5 watts or less.

Summits On The Air:

As my family has grown, so have my family responsibilities.  Unfortunately, SOTA (along with most of my Ham activities) takes a back seat.  Should I have the opportunity to get a hike in, I use an Elecraft KX2 (previously a KX3). At this time my antenna choice is 50' of speaker wire cut into a NorCal Doublet.  Although it works well, speaker wire isn't very durable, so I've broken a few of them in the field.  I have plans to build a more robust backpacking antenna but haven't made the time to do it yet.

You can see my meager SOTA stats here: Activator Log, Chaser Log, Summit-to-Summit Log.

 


I am a member of these clubs/organizations:

Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL)
North Fulton Amateur Radio League (NFARL)
North Georgia QRP Club (NOGA)
Cherokee County ARES


You can read Ham Radio related content on my blog here.

 


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