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Currently active with the Washington County Amateur Radio Emergency Service in St George Utah. (Programming Tech) Active with Dixie Amateur Radio Club in Saint George & Rainbow Canyons Amateur Radio Club in Cedar City. I am a VE and really enjoy those that become new Hams and those going for upgrades. I encourage those with Tech licenses to upgrade to General. We have many events during the year that are supported by Ham Radio operators. We have some great support from Washington County Emergency Services here improving our equipment on the mountain tops and in the various EOCs in the County. (wow over 106 sessions as VE)  where does time go!  Oct 2017  Active on Dstar likes listening to REF 001-C in UK.

Our WCARES group has been training on Winlink.  We are also setting up a local Mesh Net to communicate via Wifi to our served agencies and out in the field.

It is interesting that Ham radio operators have great memories when it comes to embarrassing situations that happen to you. A few years back I  was assisting with vehicle traffic safety for an event which was using the roadways. During the course of the event a bee decided to harass and sting me on the arm. I asked on the radio if anyone had some first aid stuff for the bee sting. About a minute later Ivins heavy rescue turns the corner and supplied me with a towelette to use.  At the Christmas party later that year I was given special recognition and a box of Sponge Bob band aids.  My fellow Hams remind me of that even years later. I guess the Heavy Rescue was a bit much for a bee sting....hehe

Running IC 7100 to a 40 meter loop at QTH.   IC 2820 mobile in the Jeep.  Uniden BCD 996XT digital scanner with discone 

IC 7000 for the grab and GO     Dstar SharkRF OpenSpot has been a great add-on to the shack. Fun little box!

Id51A +2 is the latest addition to the shack used in conjunction with the OpenSpot.

So....How many radios do you need..........Just one more.......




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QRZ Logbook Summary for - KZ1B
Latest Contacts for KZ1B at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
N2VDE 2017-11-24 70cm DSTAR FN12jp United States DONALD B SMITH
ZL2GJ 2017-11-24 70cm DSTAR RF73ka New Zealand Garry Rumbal
PD2EAW 2017-11-23 70cm DSTAR JO22EA55 Netherlands Marco Bokma
M0TAV 2017-11-23 70cm DSTAR IO92gk England Vinny Hopkins
KE0OSY 2017-11-23 70cm DSTAR DM78NW United States Brian Riebesell
VK3NCR 2017-11-19 70cm DSTAR Australia CRAIG SHINE
PJ2MAN 2017-11-19 70cm DSTAR FK52ND04 Curacao sherman Elizabeth
JR1FVK 2017-11-17 70cm DSTAR PM95up Japan Yu-Ichiro "Tuck" Takagawa Ph.D.
ZL1TBE 2017-11-17 70cm DSTAR New Zealand B ESSIPOV
DG0OKV 2017-11-17 70cm DSTAR JO50gj Germany Jens Eppler
K1VT 2017-11-16 70cm DSTAR EM85sg United States JACK A MANDELMAN
F1JVY 2017-11-16 70cm DSTAR JN39cc France MANENTI JEAN MARC
ZL1UBE 2017-11-15 70cm DSTAR RE89bt New Zealand Jim D EDWARDS
KB3UFT 2017-11-15 70cm DSTAR United States
JR1FVK 2017-11-14 70cm DSTAR PM95up Japan Yu-Ichiro "Tuck" Takagawa Ph.D.

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