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MORE PHOTOS BELOW!  I have been licensed since Apr 11 2009, my interest in HAM radio began during my fifth year driving semi trucks (over the road). At the time I was using a Ranger 2950, 10meter radio modified to operate the 11meter band. Suffice to say that during one of my excursion into the usb portion of the bands, I had a chance encounter with another truck driver, who being licensed, proceeded to run down the rules and regulations of the airwaves; Not long afterward, I decided to pursue my FCC Radio Amateur radio license. April 2009, I received my Technician license. One year later, Apr 2010, passed the General Class.  Then using call sign KB3SQH!

I am a Veteran, (Army-Supply/Logistics and Transportation) and served in Germany from Oct 1981- 1983, with 3/84th Field Artillery unit, a Pershing Missile unit then located in both Neckarsulm and Heilbronn Germany.  From 1983-1984 was with the 179th Military Intelligence Detachment at Ft. Benning GA, returning to Germany in latter part of 1984 with the 53rd Transportation Battalion located in Kaiserslautern Germany from 1984 to Mar 1988.  While ending my military service in 1988, I remained in Germany until 2004.  I have travelled all over Europe including twice visiting then Soviet occupied Berlin & East Germany (1986 & 1987) and I continue to visit Germany at least bi-yearly.  Recently I have traveled to Guangzhou China (Oct 1-Nov1 2011) and again in Mar 20-Apr 23 2013.  I had a wonderful experience and was able to meet with various factories and suppliers; unfortunately I was unable to establish any contact with the local Amateur Radio Operators or Clubs in Guangzhou.  Maybe on the next trip!

When I am out of the truck (4-6 months of the year); I enjoy operating on 17- 40m HF Pedestrian Mobile using a alicepack frame modified to hold the Yaesu FT 857D mounted inside a modified Rubbermaid trash container. An LDG SWR/PWR meter MFJ external speaker and 12V 10amp battery complete this set up.  (As shown in photo's below are):

WOLFRIVERCOIL(dot)com, the SilverBullet 1000, heavy duty antenna spring, ALPHAANTENNAS MilitaryWhipAntenna, a 13foot sectional fold over antenna.  Power output varies from 5watts to 45watts equaling to 3-4 hours of operating time. 

My mobile HF equipment consists of the - Kenwood D710A aprs, both Kenwoods 480HX & SAT, Yaesu FT 857D, , Cobra 19 & 29 cb radios, TH F6a all band ht, Kenwood D72A aprs ht, AvMAP G5 & G6 APRS GPS Navigators and an assortment of handheld radios.

My antennas are: Hi Q 4/160 RT MC II, Lil Tarheel II, Delbert Loop for 2m SSB, Diamond 770HNMO dual band, VHF/UHF J-Pole antenna by N9TAX and of course my reliable cb antenna "the custom made Thunderstick Whip.

NOTE: March 10 2012, received my Extra ticket and chose the vanity call sign NU3U on Apr 13, 2012.

Just picked up another Kenwood, the 480 SAT today (May 18 2015) from Universal Radio with 500hz CW, 1.8KhZ SSB Filters and the VGS-1 Recorder.

AbdMeLek text or call - 3 02- 98 5-1 3 01


The Back Pack (Pedestrian Mobile) Set up.  I normally replace the YT-100 with the LDG SWR/PWR meter.

Operating pedestrian mobile for a while!  Coil is from wolfrivercoils (dot) com


My custom 10awg aluminum "Joe Tech Black" security cabinet.  

Cabinet is 36 inches tall and 12 inches wide.  



1- KENWOOD TS 480 SAT (shown twice in photos below)



"requires a total of 59 lock tight custom screws & nuts"!


Below are the Microphones left to right; Mic1-Ranger SRA 198 cb, Mic2- Kenwood stock mic with white cover, Mic3- Second Kenwood stock mic, Mic4- Kenwood SMC 34 handheld and Mic5- the D710A stock.  Verified to hold three QSO's at 11 meter, 2 meter and 20 - 40 meters simultaneously! 

NOT SHOWN are the Cobra 29 NightWatch CB and Cobra 19 Mini CB.


Truck Exterior: I use 1/2 inch to 1 inch ground straps coming from both firewall from front of both sides of truck.  Ground straps continue around to door frame and direct to "Passenger" side antennas and continuing all the way back to the rear cat walk under carriage behind (but under) the rear of truck grounded to steel frame!                                            


Ant1- the Diamond NR770HNMO used from 2009 to present 2015, Ant2- the Lakeview 40 meter hamstick and at very top passenger side is Ant3- the CB Custom Thunderstick!  *Both hamsticks required guy ropes for stability.

"Driver" side antennas are Ant4- the 20 meter Shark hamstick and Ant5- the Lil Tarheel II using the baby Browning antenna coil!

For portable operations and I never got around to using (just to busy), is the (2014)Hi Q 4/160 MC RT II with 8 lobe cap hat! Tripod is the Buddipole 18' Mast!


Bottom view shot of the Little Tarheel & Browning coil (mainly 5-9 reports on this end)!

Above Photo are:

BAOFENG UV5R - for TX/RX on MURS, FRS, D.O.T. & GMRS.  RX on Analog Police, Fire, Emergency Service etc!

KENWOOD D72A aprs featured radio.

KENWOOD F6A all band hf/sw receiver radio.

THAT'S ALL FOLKS!  73s  NUSU calling CQ CQ!


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