I'm not sure if I am doing this right as I am new to QRZ and if I have not answered your QSL in the past --sorry I will make an attempt to.
Live in Ohio near city of Dover in U.S.A. Live in the country out on farm road . Operating a Kenwood duel band mobile 2M/440 and have a Yaesu HT 2M/440 On HF I use a Yaesu Ft 450D 100watts into a Hustler 5 BTV ground mounted vertical with 4 radials cut for each band and buried and matched to the respective bands with a MFJ analyzer When I have to I use a MFJ outboard tuner . I also run various wire antennas .
I have worked all states all countries and ships ( regular and Military ) Aircraft regular / commercial and military / worked the space shuttle / worked submarines /worked trains / worked mobiles /
At one time I did have a 75 ft tower hinged and 10/15/20 40 mono banders with stacked 2meter boomers and a 220 and 440 8 element beams had 80/40 inverted V also ran large tribanders and various verticals
have ran VHF /UHF HF Mobile
have held Lice for Police use / Aircraft use as a pilot / and a marine lice. also was in Army Mars for a time
Wow you have done it all. Sorry you have lice but there are prescription shampoos that will kill them.
Originally Posted by KC8BR
The devil made me say that, sorry.
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OK, you've had your hazing ritual. Jeesh, JD.
Welcome to the Zed. Have fun here, and don't feed the friendly natives.
Originally Posted by K8JD
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Welcome to the Zed, Jerry. We don't hear from your part of the state very often around here. If you have time this weekend, stop by the Columbus Hamfest. Talk in on 146.37/97
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He hath wrought that pounding brass still kicks .- ... ...
Welcome to AR, Jerry! Great accomplishments! Here's a laugh for you...
Personally I languished on 2M for 10 years until the code went away and got my General. Now I lead a group on 40M called the "Breakers" dedicated to preserving the traditions of 11M. My base setup is a vertical with a 4' ground rod and a G5RV along with my ham set, an Icom 718 rig with my two Alpha amps. One is a spare of course. My mobile set is an icom 706 with a 102" whip and an Ameritron mobile amplifier all mounted in my pick-up. 73rds and QSL.
Anyway, seriously, glad to meet you!
When did that become something to be proud of?
Originally Posted by KY5U
Welcome to the Zed, Jerry! Just chime in on any threads that catch your interest. There's only one hard and fast rule here: you don't have to be opinionated to have (and share) your opinion! I'm not quite sure how that works, but darn it, it's the rule. ;-)
41 years in Amateur Radio
Originally Posted by K1VSK
11 meters has had some pretty bad traditions, not sure why they would need to be preserved, especially on the ham bands.
Originally Posted by KY5U