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I am an ARRL ETP instructor for the ARRL Teachers' Institute and a Currculum Development Specialist with the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center based in Bossier City, LA. I became an ARRL Life Member in 2014. I have also been serving as ARRL Education Assistant Section Manager for South Texas (STX) since Spring 2017. Prior to that I was Education ASM for North Texas (NTX) from 2013-2017.
Even if you're not in my ARRL Section and you're looking for ways to get amateur radio into a classroom, I'm always happy to help!

I was first licensed as a Technician in Spring 2004. I passed my written and code tests and received my General on February 16, 2005; then upgraded a month later to Extra on March 16, 2005. I am a doctoral candidate with the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (research interests in educational robotics and computer science). I have a Masters degree in Instructional Technology from Texas A&M University - Texarkana, a Bachelors degree in Secondary Education from LeTourneau University, and an Associates degree in Computer Science from Lee College.

Since relocating to the beach on Galveston Island (IOTA NA-143), my HF setup is greatly scaled back. For HF, I use a mixture of flying kite vertical EFHW, palm tree EFHW, Crappie-pole supported EFHW over the water, or my new 7-28MHz mag loop from my balcony. When portable, I use my Elecraft KX2 or MTR3b. At home I have an Icom 706MkIIg for monitoring all the maritime radio traffic around the island. For FM satellite work I use an Arrow and HT - mostly from the beach.
You can also visit my website to see my latest musings and projects.

I had pleasure of working as W1AW on HF and as W1AW on satellite while attending the ARRL Teacher's Institute in Newington, CT and again on a subsequent return visits to HQ. Special thanks go out to all ARRL members who support the Education Technology Program, your contributions are not in vain and very much appreciated for what it enables teachers to do such as an opportunity to work NA1SS during an ARISS contact, licensing students, and getting kids excited about electronics and programming which can lead to careers in technology.

I enjoy CW, HF, kit building, and Satellites.

73,
Tommy
N5DUX

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