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Welcome and thank you for visiting my page.

I started amateur radio in 2007 earning the Technician Class license and assigned KC2QZU while living in Northern New Jersey. In December 2011 I upgraded to the General Class licence and changed my ticket to N2DDC. Currently I am studying for the Amateur Extra.

Equipment includes:

  • Yaesu FT-450D with GAP Titan DX for the HF base.
  • Kenwood TM-261 as the 2M base, my first radio, various antennas.
  • Yaesu FT-8900 quad band for the mobile, CSB-790A antenna, homebrew 10M whip.
  • Wouxon KG-UVD1P and Boefang UV-5R for analog HTs, various antennas.
  • Tytera MD-380 linked to a SharkRF openSPOT for Digital HT. (#3147670)

Club memberships are with RMARC – Ramapo Mountain Amateur Radio Club in NJ. Our club repeater is WA2SNA, the "4 90". Traditionally we volunteer annually at the NYC Marathon, and at the Ramapo Valley District Klondike Derby for the Boy Scouts of America.

Volunteer activities while in NJ had included: in the Passaic County ARES/RACES Team - PCARESRACES, the Ringwood CERT Team, Ringwood OEM - Office of Emergency Management, The American Red Cross and their radio group ARCSquared. Also I have received training as a COM-T for the Dept of Homeland Security through the State of NJ - OIT.

Over the winter of 2012 I received my VE from the ARRL

On going activities include Hiking with the wife (and HT) as well as Backpacking, Kayak, Stand up Paddleboard, Fly and Baitcast fishing, Snowshoeing, motorcycle and ATV riding

The wife and I have two cats. Frankie I found in a local street at about 3 weeks of age in 2009. Tigger I brought home from a Vermont neighbor in 2010 which shares the wifes birthday. In 2011 a stray cat adaopted us, Nalla. She winters in the basement. Apparently Nalla got too comfortable down stairs and has decided to move in permanently.

March 2017 - The wife and I pulled up stakes, grabbed our two cats and moved on down to beautiful East Tennessee to the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are loving it here!

Shortly after arriving I found the CCARA – Carter County Amateur Radio Association. WR4CC can be found on 145.290MHZ, -600kHz, PL 103.5 located on Holston Mountain.

Thank you for taking the time to read my bio, catch you up on the airwaves.

QRZ or eQSL only please.


David N2DDC

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