I am 81years old thus far and I've been a ham for 65 years. I was first licensed as W7POG in June1951, upgraded to Extra in 1964 and changed my call to N7EP shortly thereafter. I enjoy daily schedules on HF with old friends and the digital modes, especially BPSK-31 and JT-65. I have become addicted to the FMT's (frequency measurement tests) put on by K5CM, the ARRL and others. Ham Fests just about rounds out my Ham activities.
My SeaTac station consists of a 3 element beam up 45 feet for 10, 15 and 20 Meters, a 100 foot dipole up 35 ft. for the other bands, a homebrew KW antenna tuner, an IC-746 and a Heathkit SB-1000 linear amplifier.
My wife Barbara and I have two children, five grand-kids and four great grand kids, all of which bring great joy to our lives.I am active in the Mike & Key and the Highline Amateur Radio Clubs.
I enjoy the winters in Mesa, AZ, and have a ICOM IC-7000 and a 43 foot vertical on 160-10 Meters with a autotuner at the base. I am an active member of the Sunlife Amateur Radio Club www.sunlifearc.org in AZ.
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