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Have been interested in radio and electronics since Elementary School.  Retired in 2002, and now I have time to enjoy ham radio. First licensed in 2005 as KE7EML as a Technician. Received both General and Extra licenses in March 2007 and a new call: WE7EZ.  Enjoy doing mostly  digital mode due to my marginal hearing, PSK-31, JT9, JT65, FT8, MSK144 6/2 meter  meteor scatter, 10, 6 and 2 meter are my favorite modes and bands. An antenna farm is out of the question due to our small city lot and CC&Rs, but doing OK living below the rim-rock. I like building my own antennas HF and VHF/UHF, having a pushup ¼ wave 40M with remote tune for most HF bands at 34ft and  terminated folded dipole (T2FD) at 5ft and 4 elements  6M LFA and 16 elements 2M/70cm log periodic at 17ft. Equipment at QTH : ICOM IC9100, Kenwood TS-2000. The portable QTH (travel trailer) ICOM IC-7000, ¼ wave 40M pushup vertical and 3 elements horizontal  6M dipole antenna.

Originally licensed in 1973 as FCC 2sd Class Commercial License then, due to FCC change, General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL) PG1321335, 1988. I retired in 2002 from 35 years (28 years as the Head Electronic Tech) of a large repair facility.  Prior to that, I spent 3 years in the US Army 1963- 1966 as an VHF/UHF Radio and Carrier Repairman.

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