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 I was originally licensed in 1972 and have held the following calls: WN9JQS, WB9TVH, AD4YH.W4AUV was my father's call back in the 60s. I served in the US Coast Guard as an electronics technician [1974-1978] specializing in high power HF communications and radar. I'm one of those "old school" radio guys, operating mostly CW on the low ends of 40 or 80 meters. Currently I operate 99% CW from either my at home and in the mobile.

Below is a picture of  Neal (N4HAF) and mysef taken a few years ago. He is now a silent key. We miss him very much.

Back a few years ago I was on 600 meters with this group: http://w5jgv.com/downloads/600-fcc-2.pdf

LIFE IS TOO SHORT FOR QRP!!! I have this beast interfaced to my 590s. After a number of mods to the Ten Tec qsk board it works great on QSK CW...

Here is the"Vertical Half Square" antenna! It is up about 80 feet. SIMPLE TO BUILD, CHEAP, HIGHLY EFFECTIVE!

There also is a Bazooka dipole for 40 meters up 50 feet underneath the vertical half square

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My current occupations are:

  • I am currently working as an engineer in satelite communications
  • Semi professional musician

 I took my Extra Class exam in 1978 at the FCC office in Chicago. Below is a scan of the "old school" cerfificate issued by the FCC.

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