I have been a ham for 43 years.
I first got my ham license in 1974 when I was 16 years old. My call was WN1SXK, a year later I upgraded to the Technician class, so I wrote to the FCC and asked them to change my "N" to an "A" so I would not be identified as a novice class operator. LOL...
After college I moved away from ham radio and into other hobbies and I did not operate a ham radio for over 35 years, until 2016 when I decided to get back into ham radio. I kept my license active all these years, and in late 2016 I decided to take the Extra exam. I am still learning about all the changes in ham radio, and I now find I enjoy the challenges of DXing on the HF bands. I also am interested in the digital modes.
I enjoy building antenna's and soon hope to put up a 40m-10m delta loop antenna.
Hope to hear you on the air!
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