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Whiskey Three Echo Xray

I was first licensed as KN2UZI in 1958 at the age of 15. I enlisted in the NAVY after graduating high school and trained in aviation electronics flying in P2V Netunes and P3A Orions as a radio operator in the Pacific at the beginning of the Vietnam war. After discharge I entered college and ultimately graduated from Cornell University as a veterinarian. Most of my career was involved as a laboratory animal veterinarian which culminated in being a co-owner of a medical device business. I am fully retired at this point and am involved in voluntary work including assisting retired folks with computer needs, serving on a retirement community board, EC for the Montgomery County ARES/RACES group, and supporting the computer and sound systems at my church.

I received my Extra class license at the FCC office in Washington D.C. in March 1974 and obtained the call of K4JYP. After moving from the northern Virginia in 1976, I was very fortunate to receive my current call W3EX.

Retirement has provided more time to devote to amateur radio which is a real gift. I like operating SSB on 40-6. Enjoy some of the digital modes on occasion. Have recently gotten involved with D-STAR using DVAP and ID-31 in house and ID-5100 in the mobile. I volunteer with our local RACES/ARES group being recently appointed to the Emergency Coordinator for that group. I am also a USCG Auxiliary member and my amateur station is licensed as a USCG Auxiliary HF Facility.

I enjoy operating my station remotely and have a powerpoint presentation available on how I do it. Let me know if you would me to email the presentation to you.





The station at W3EX.

Icom 706 MARS Station (Gateway for remote ops), FlexRadio Systems 6500 with Maestro, Drake L-4B, ICOM IC-746

Behringer 802 Mixer, Heil PR781

.PCWIN10 (no macs here) + Hamradio Deluxe V6.

Station is also Licensed USCG Auxiliary Facility.

60 foot tower with TH6-DXX and 4 elements on six

Trapped inverted V, B&W Folded Dipole Sloper, and G5RV.

The shack heater - Drake L-4B 3-500s

W3EX mobile. Yaesu FT-857D, ATAS 120. IC-5100 D-STAR. See QST Article January 2012


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