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I live on South Whidbey Island  WA, and am active on the VHF/UHF bands (including 220 and 900mhz), mainly FM, P-25, DMR, and D-Star.

 I recently became active again in HF, using voice and data modes (PSK31).  I am also brushing up on my CW, and would like to become more proficient in that mode.  Currently, I think I can pull off 8 to 10 words per minute.  With more practice, I think I can get back up to 15wpm before 2017 is out.

I can usually be found on:

441.875 (103.5), Buck Mtn Repeater

444.700 (103.5), Queen Anne Repeater (Seattle)

444.550 (141.3), Columbia Tower Repeater

147.540 simplex

147.220 (127.3), South Whidbey Island repeater.

224.780 (103.5), Lyman Hill

444.850 (NAC 293) P-25 repeater on Cougar Mtn.

DMR - On the DCI PNW network, on the Washington 1 talkgroup (accessed from the various DMR repeaters around the PNW)

D-Star - Any local repeater that connects to REF029C (K7LWH, WA7HTJ, N7SNO)

And, I scan many other "local" repeaters around Snohomish County and Seattle

I also host an APRS Digipeater/Igate at my house, that helps to fill in the Edmonds/Mukilteo/Everett areas. It is on VHF/1200 baud and UHF/9600 baud. The Puget Sound UHF 9600 baud APRS system is on 440.800, and uses the usual WIDE paradigm.

For 2017, I really want to fulfill my promise to get active in SOTA activity, using a Yaesu FT-817ND (with W4RT dual filter board and BHI DSP filter).  I really need to get out and do some climbing and doing some HF



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