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I have been a ham since 1963 when 12 years old. My original novice callsign was KN3YRT. Upgraded to General class after Novice class expiration and was assigned WA3BQT (1964). In 1977, upgraded to Extra and requested callsign, N3ND.

N3ND was transferred up and down the east coast and has been active from Delaware, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida (again), South Carolina, and now once again near the Raleigh, NC area.

N3ND, now retired, worked over 30 years for Motorola and Motorola Solutions.

N3ND loves DXing, contesting, CW, RTTY, and anything to do with computers and radio technology.

Current station:
Radio 1: Elecraft K3S and ACOM 2000A
Radio 2: Elecraft K-Line (K3 transceiver, P3 panadapter, KPA500 amplifier, KAT500 tuner)
160M Inv-L, 75' vertical over FCP, SAL-20 RX antenna
80M and 30M Dipoles at 85'
40M 2-element Yagi at 102'
Stacked 10-element Tennadyne Log Periodics at 90' and 45'
6M 5-element at 65'

Yaesu FT-857D
2M 10-element at 100'
432 11-element at 98'

My logbook program:

Operating Position, Left Side Radio 1                                                                                        Right Side, Radio 2


80M through 70CM tower

40M through 70CM tower


The day my Novice License arrived!                                           Dad's work on the sign!

Picture of me the day my Novice license arrived The Sign!





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