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 (or thereabouts) I got an EXTRA class license and holders of
that class could choose their own 1x2 call so I got K7SU. It's a great call for CW.
Play the video above for a short tour of my radio shack.
QRP ARCI #6687
FISTS Northwest #76
SKCC (Straight Key Century Club) #306
read a brief review on my Kenwood TS-2000.
Click HERE to see my homebrew "Portable Mobile Mount."
Click HERE to watch a video of me making a wooden whistle.
Click HERE to see my simple solar battery charger.
See my FREE Log
Program. Download it...it's FREE.
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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