Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by 4Z1UG, May 10, 2021.
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I have known "Tree" for many years, and he has always been nice to me. He is a "superstar" in the contesting game, but is very humble. I very much enjoyed listening to the interview. I am surprised that he owns a 75A2 rather than a 75A4. I used a Central Electronics 100V and a 75A4 when I attended Pasadena City College, W6BAB, in the 60's. FT4, and FT8, is turning out to be a godsend to people who are restricted in what kind of station they can have. These modes also allow one to work stations that one would be unable work otherwise. Amateur radio is not merely a hobby. If it was, we would be unable to justify our frequencies. "Tree" has done more than his share of giving back to amateur radio. For example he was very involved in the World Championship Radiosporting direction finding games held in metro Portland a few years back. My hat is also to "QSO Today. Well done, and keep up the good work.
Steve Brandt N7VS