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I was first licensed in 1978 as a Technician, call N9AJE. I was licensed as an Extra, call NA9U, in 1982. I obtained all the licenses in between.

I think ham radio was diminished when the CW exam was eliminated. 

I just started a journey in eSSB, if you're going to do SSB, do it right!  As a CW guy I have a great deal to learn.  More updates as I build this aspect of my station out.  

I still work full time. I am an elctrical Engineer (BSEE from Purdue) working in the telecom business at present. 

I QSL 100%, no need to send an SASE.  I update LOTW regularly.

I am a member of the ARRL and FISTS #11821. I encourage you to join FISTS and help support CW. Ask me for my #CC.

I am an off again on again traffic handler with the local NTS nets working CW.  I was heavily involved with ILN during the 1980's.  Then with QIN from 06 to 09.  I am now trying to check in more regularly.  Traffic nets and handling traffic is how I got my code speed to over 20 wpm.  If you want to improve your code ability check into, or at least listen for a while, to your local NTS CW nets.

I just got into Digital UHF with the purchase of DMR radio's.  This seems to be an active and growing area of ham radio.  

The new HF rig here is the Yaesu FTDX 5000.  I also put in an RFspace CloudIQ SDR reciever and am using Simon Brown's SDR-console to operate the system.  This is a high end band scope and I don't know how I operated without this in the past.  

Slowly building a collection of gear for essb starting with the Anan 200D.  Running the Ableton DAW for virtual audio rack.  Still learning.  

The HF gear here is the Yaesu FTDX 5000 MP, Anan 200D, a Ten Tec Orion II, Yaesu FT-857D, Kenwood TS-520S, Ameritron AL-811, Butternut HF-9V (80-50), Loaded Inverted Vee for 160. VHF/UHF - Kenwood, TR-7800, TR-2500, TM-G707, Vertex VX-700, Yaesu VX-2 and of course the Yaesu FT-857D.  For DMR I use the Connect Systems CS800 for mobile and CS750 for portable.  SDR is the RFSpace CloudIQ.

Station software (funny how computers are now critical) N3FJP logger, MicroHam USB Device Router, Eterlogic Virtual Serial port emulator, a software Y connector for serial ports, and SDR-Console by SDR Radio. 

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