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  1. WB2QWP

    WB2QWP Ham Member QRZ Page

    s a ham back in the sixties. I had a stroke and I was unable to continue.so I gave all my equip. to the local high School Radio Club There is such a big differance now Those times, half the hams were running homebrew.A lot of this equip. has got me puzzled.
     
  2. AE4FA

    AE4FA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Glad you're back! This is a great place to find people who can help you 'catch up,' so ask away.

    Hope to work you one day.

    73,

    Bob AE4FA
     
  3. W5ATX

    W5ATX Guest

    Welcome back, and yes, things sure have changed a whole bunch!

    If you're interested in a ham club, the Middletown ARC has meetings on Leonardville Road the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Great bunch of guys. And if you need any other kind of ham help, I'm glad to be of assistance. I live in Freehold (and drive to MARC meetings every month.)

    Feel free to get in touch if you'd like. Good luck and get those old rigs on the air!

    73,

    Chris
     
  4. W7KKK

    W7KKK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes, well join the ranks of us that came back to the hobby and are just amazed at the changes since the 1960~70's.
    And learn how to "program" your radio or just give up and go get your old tuber back. That's assuming you can remember how to operate it.
    Welcome back.

    73 Ken
     
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