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HAM from Lower Silesia, Poland
Radio spectrum fanatic: CBradio DX'er (19WAC3067) & official listening-station (PA11343), SWL'er. Radioscanner, SDR, Linux, antenna experiments. Etc.
retired development engineer,
name: Lothar(LOY), QTH: JO43vq call:DL4HCL
almost recovered from hard stroke in 2010.
fingers of left hand are still not working correctly.
I have had my tech license for just over 3 years. I work local repeaters, simplex, DMR. I am VERY active with Hamshack Hotline. I have had my HH phone for just over 2 years and have been one of the support staff for nearly that whole time. I have been a member of the Engineering (aka provisioning) Team for just over a year. I love the work I do and the challenges it can present from time to time.
US Extra, Volunteer Examiner ARRL/VEC
Usually EN61, sometimes FN30as12, occasionally CM87 or IO91.
I do Open Source Software as passion and profession.
I do electronics as a hobby and a lesson.
I do radio badly.
Lifelong scanner buff, newly minted Ham. Interested in all aspects of radio but digital modes foremost. #linux user
ex- WN1DRS WA1DRS (1965-1984)
Former Radio Officer. United States Merchant Marine (1980-1996.)
Cheltenham Amateur Radio Association, callsign G5BK, exists to support and promote amateur radio for those in and around Cheltenham.
My primary contact is @vandys, but I'm a long-time operator. Current activities are handling music programming for a radio station, writing fiction, working on a thread-capable dialect of Python, and--when time permits--developing a next-generation packet radio protocol.
IT Professional, Ham Radio hobbyist.
Preferred mode(s) : CW/SSB on HF
Ham Radio Operator, Trainer, Committee Member at Harlow Radio Club.
Network Architect @ $MyDayJob