Welcome to the
Amateur Radio Station
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
|Click HERE to read a brief review on my Kenwood TS-2000.|
FISTS Northwest #76
SKCC (Straight Key Century Club) #306
In days of old, when ops were bold
and sideband not invented,
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.
CW Operators Do It By Hand !
Grid Locator: DN-22sc
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