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Hi to all looking me up. I know there is a reason you looked me up, please take the time and tell me why. Did we have the same occupation, old friends or did we talk on the radio? Send an email to w6pd@arrl.net, and let me know.

I was first licensed in 1978 with the call WD6BKB and living in Novato, California. My first love was C.W. until I made the big mistake, I bought a microphone. My first rig was a Tempo One running a 10 meter quad and several dipoles. I then went to an Atlas 350xl, a TS-830, a Icom 751a, with a 40 foot tower and a Cushcraft A3S. I left Novato in 2000, sold, the Icom 751a, A3S and the tower and moved to Grass Valley California. Since living in Grass Valley I have changed my call twice, once to, W6BKB and now to W6PD.

It is now January 2012 and up to a few months ago I was running an Icom 706mk2g for a ham shack radio, now I have a Yaesu FT-450D radio, nice radio. As of last weekend, I have a Cushcraft A3S back on my roof. I am active on all bands with CW, PSK, RTTY, and SSB. I am also active mobile. 

Update Feb. 17, 2017.  I now have a Chevy Colorado and my IC-706 along with a 220 radio are installed. Antenna for HF is a High Sierra, with a VHF /UHF, 220 and a 6 meters antenna on the rack.

More to say later.

Thanks for stopping by.

Happy DX

Phil

W6PD

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