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Welcome to my QRZ page!

I became a Technician class radio amateur in 1998 after talking on CB, scanning and SWL for a couple of years. I've always been fascinated by radio and electronics. In 2009 I earned my General class ticket and I plan to earn Extra class sometime in the near future.

Over the years my interest in the hobby has been sporadic, but I've renewed my interest in amateur radio since obtaining my General class license. My current station consists of a Kenwood TS-590S with a Heil PR-781 mic and an Alpha Delta DX-LB Plus as an inverted V with the center up about 30ft (9m) and the ends at about 13ft (4m). You might just catch me operating my station remotely through my iPhone or laptop!

I hope to hear you on the air!

73 de KD5FHW

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