Jeri Ellsworth, AI6TK is interviewed by Tim Duffy, K3LR

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  1. K8KSU

    K8KSU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Jeri Ellsworth, AI6TK is interviewed by Tim Duffy, K3LR from DX Engineering while at Contest University in Dayton, Ohio on May 17, 2018.

    Jeri talks about her life long hobby which turned into a very successful career in electronics. Jeri says she is really having fun with amateur radio. Check out her home made loop on QRZ.com

     
    KN4LPX, KC5JSR, AI6XN and 13 others like this.
  2. KF5FEI

    KF5FEI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Good interview with her on the Amp Hour Podcast as well -- more candid and uncensored.
     
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  3. AI6TK

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    This was the first time I got to spend more than 10 seconds with Tim. He's a super super nice guy.
     
    N2NH, AI6XN, SM7IUN and 14 others like this.
  4. KM1H

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    Love your stock car videos and sense of humor about the plumbers crack:D:eek: It is good to see a good looking woman (dont take that as sexist) that enjoys getting her hands dirty and has the knowledge to do things auto racing related. There are more and more showing up in this area including restoration work on their own vehicles.

    BTW Im also a Miller welder fan having tried most of the others; still have MIG, TIG, gas, and stick equipment. Plus a Henrob 2000 for plasma like cutting, light sheet metal for repairs, customizing, hammer welding, etc; it also does excellent on cast aluminum repairs such as vintage intake manifolds.

    I combined ham radio, RF engineering, and performance cars from factory to home made frames for street rods/T Buckets, antiques, muscles, etc. and a couple of old school "Altereds" for the drags. Started driving stock cars in 1957 at 16 (with a phony NY State License which cost $10) on the 1/5 mile at Freeport NY and later at the Pines in MA and Epping, Hudson, and Star in NH into the 80's and the vintage drags at Epping until a few years ago. Long retired but I do get to the reunions when I can and usually held on a cruise night weekend. Learned gas and stick welding while in HS at my best friends dad and uncles autobody shop. Learned more in the USN and then took a few courses years later for MIG and TIG.

    Enjoy the project.

    Carl
     
  5. KM4NOW

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    You're my idol, Jeri! Hope to see you back on the Youtube one day!
     
  6. US4ET

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    [QUOTE = "KM4NOW, post: 4697455, участник: 767735"] Ты мой кумир, Джери! Надеюсь увидеть вас на Youtube в один прекрасный день! [/ QUOTE]
    Jari Many THANK !!!Victor US4ET 73!!!
     
  7. US4ET

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    Jari THANK.s !!!VICTOR US4ET 73!!!
     
  8. VE3GZB

    VE3GZB Ham Member QRZ Page

    I've seen some of your other videos, you make quite the good impression with your clear understanding of electronics. Quite a breath of fresh air in this stale old bickering world! Keep up the good work!

    73s de VE3GZB
     
  9. AI6TK

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    I currently have a lot of Miller welding gear but I have to say my older 250 amp Hobart was better, because it was contiuously variable power. Only a few dozen power settings on my current rig kinda stinks. :)
     
  10. AG6ZZ

    AG6ZZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I enjoyed meeting you, Jeri, at the ham convention in Visalia a few months back. Say, when will you make Part 2 of you magnetic loop video?
     

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