I have enjoyed amateur radio since high school days. In the early years, building equipment, chatting with friends, and radio foxhunts were favorite activities. Today, I enjoy experimenting with equipment and antennas, as well as operating on bands from 40 meters to 70 cm using SSB, FM, CW, D-Star, and HF digital modes.
I was first licensed in March 1958 as a novice under callsign KN9LUG in Elgin, IL. In November 1959, I received the Technician Class license. I was active on 2 and 6 meters until 1974, when career and family responsibilities became my top priorities.
After retirement in 2008, I reclaimed my interest in the hobby. In August 2009, I qualified for the General Class license and applied for my current callsign, W4TWK. Two years later I received the Extra Class license. I'm active with the Gateway Amateur Radio Club in Cleveland, GA.
Thanks for stopping by. I'm looking forward to our next QSO.
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