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"Can you say CQ 40......"I originally earned my Novice license in 1959. By the end of that year I had passed  the General test.  My first transmitter was a Heathkit DX-60.  When I got my General license I  built an Eico 720 CW transmitter and later the AM modulator. I also built the KnightVFO so I could do away with crystals.  My receiver was a Hallicrafters S-85.  Eventually,  I traded everything in for a Johnson Viking Ranger transmiter and a Hammerlund HQ-170 receiver.

When I went to the University of Wisconsin in 1963 I didn't have the time or the space to pursue amateur radio and eventually my license lapsed.

Fast forward a few years to 2012,  after I retired from my career, I became interested in Ham radio again.  I got my Technician license and then General.  In March 2015 I passed the Extra Class exam.

I belong the the Montgomery Amateur Radio Club.

I am partial to Elecraft.  I have a K3 and a KX3.

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W5IF 2015-06-24 6m USB EM14hx United States Howard G Turner
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