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I have always been interested in communications--My first memory of this was I was about 8 years old--taking apart a small radio to see what made it "tick" At about the age of 12 I became really involved in CB--really liked to listen to the dx which rolled in during the sunspot peak but something was missing. So finally one day a friend of mine and I decided to start studying our code. We did this over the phone using some crude tone generators. We finally passed our tech tests, before a cold FCC examiner. Fast forward to present where I am now have an Extra  ticket and enjoy rag chewing on VHF/UHF and HF I'd be remiss if I didnt tell you the following:  I was an advanced for 25 years and no matter what I tried I just could not absord]bthe Extra class material. I tried books tape etc. Finally talkimg with someone on 40 meters changed all that. He suggested the following course.  www.hamradiolicenseexam.com   I took it and passed my Extra with a 90 percent score!. I worked for WNEP-TV as a news reporter. My latest endeavor is offering a FREE service using my broadcast voice for repeater operators and/or Public Safety system managers. If interested please email me!

Im retired but the following link will explain a part of my broadcast career spaning 40 years.


p.s I am also in the science of perfecting the art of sub space radio.( radio waves that travel  faster than the speed of light)  






I was REALLLLY disappointed in a recent episode of NCIS.




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