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Dick Lieber

1st licensed as a Novice, WN9NNN around 1964 thanks to the late Fr. Casimir Pazera, W9BCP. I remember going to St. Rita high school to take my test with him and see his eletronics lab.

Never did much as a Novice, built a HeathKit DX-60 and bought a used Knight Kit R-100 from my buddy Dave, WA9DEW. I think I worked one station.

Then in 1975 I worked at the U of Illinois Chicago, many of the folks on the team were hams and I got my Technician and was active on VHF FM.

The in late 2015 I grandfathered my Techician to a General. And the day after Christmas passed the Extra test. 

Met up with the 220 Mhz Guys, https://wm9w.org, and now I can usually be found at the 220 Mhz Guys breakfast on Saturday mornings. Where we have VE testing on the 1st, 3rd and 5th, when they exist, Saturdays of each month. Give a a shout on Echolink: WM9W-R.

Running an Icom IC-7700 with a DX-CC dipole that I use for 80-30 Meters. I have a six meter dipole and 1/4 vertical.

With the help of Geroge, AC9KU, now N9VTB, I put up an MA5B beam for 20-10 Meters. It's on an eight foot Glen Martin tower giving  fairly respectable 35 feet above ground. 

Got one of the 1st of the new Kenwood TH-D74A; learning about APRS.

Just bough an IC-910H, going explore 144/440 sideband.

HF is moslty FT8.

 

 

 

 

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