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Amateur Radio Station

K7SU

Hello from Idaho and thanks for dropping by.

     I was first licensed in 1966 at the age of 14.  My first call was my novice call in 1966...WN7GJE  I upgraded to GENERAL class a year later and my call changed to WA7GJE. Later I upgraded to Advanced.   Then in 1978 I got an EXTRA class license and holders of that class could choose their own 1x2 call so I got K7SU. My dad owned a nice little cattle spread that he called the
"S-U  Ranch"....and it's GREAT for CW! 
     I  enjoy CW and PSK31.  I also like to fool around with QRP.  Much of my operating is  CW QRP and ALL of my operating is 100 watts or less.   However, you are likely to hear me on about any band on any mode about any time.
     My regular job is in broadcasting.  I anchor the morning news on KLIX AM each weekday morning and  I'm also the chief engineer of the four station  group.   I also have my own talk show, Monday through Friday from   8  to 9 a.m.
     I have several other hobbies besides ham radio.  They include woodworking/carving, shooting my handguns, riding my Harley, astronomy, and enjoying my grandkids...not necessarily in that order.

 

73
Kelly
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FAVORITE LINKS
Magic Valley Hams (Our Local Club)
QRZed.com  (Ham Call Lookup and MORE!)
eHam.net  (Lots of Ham Info, Classifieds, Rig Reviews etc.)
ARRL  (The Ham Radio Organization)
K1DWU.net (Lots of Ham Links)
QTH.COM (Lots of cool stuff)
NRA  (Protector of our Gun Rights)
Google  (Search the Web)
W4MPY QSL Cards (Good People!)
Amateur Electronic Supply
Ham Radio Outlet

My Carving Page
My Road King
Harley stuff for sale
MY OTHER PAGES
My Shack
Display your Call Proudly
Here is where I work (KLIX AM)
Clear Channel Radio  (My Employer)
KLIX FM  (KOOL Superhits of the 60's and 70's)
KEZJ Radio (Country)
1310 KLIX AM
My Woodworking/Pen making page
Info about my area
My Thoughts on QRP
I remember when....
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QRP ARCI   #6687
NAQCC      #1082
FISTS  #12040
FISTS Northwest    #76
SKCC (Straight Key Century Club)  #306

In days of old, when ops were bold and sideband not invented,
the words were passed by pounding brass and all were quite contented!

Long live CW.  Anyone can talk on a microphone.  Heck, I do it for a living!   But it takes a few smarts to work CW.  So, put down the mic and grab the key (bug, paddles, whatever you have) and make a CW QSO today....even better a QRP QSO.

Remember......

CW Operators Do It By Hand !

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