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Richard KB5JBV has been an Amateur radio operator since 1988. He held positions with the America Radio Relay League including but not limited to Assistant Section Manager, Official Observer, Official Relay Station, Official Emergency Station, ARES Emergency Coordinator for Kaufman County Texas, Volunteer Examiner and Technical Specialist in the North Texas section.
Richard has also served as RACES assistant radio officer for the city of Mesquite, Tx. among numerous other duties
A new ham interested in HF, Digital Modes, and Community Service through amateur radio.
I got into Ham Radio because I found digital modes and SDR to be fascinating. Given that I live in an area prone to both hurricanes and major snow storms, having a ham radio for emcomm just seems prudent; no zombie apocalypse required. I also want to learn CW for long distance low power DXing.
UV-5R and ~18" ABBREE flex antenna.
radio N1VUX. FLOSS software; photography; ham/Skywarn/FieldDay; Scotch/Cognac/Armagnac.
Radio spectrum fanatic: CBradio DX'er (19WAC3067) & official listening-station (PA11343), SWL'er. Radioscanner, SDR, antenna experiments. Linux, OpenSource & cryptocurrency.
General Ham (EM79)
HAM from Lower Silesia, Poland
Blind computerist and radio ham, though dormant, lately, in ham-dom. Veteran of CW contesting, NTS traffic nets, and local public events communications ops. #a11y #accessibility #blind #blindness #assistivetech #TTRPG #dungeonsanddragons #DND #PathfinderRPG #GNU #Linux #Slackware #ArchLinux #Debian #FOSS #opensource #LGBT
Retaking a teenage hobby, but now with a proper license and call sign and 40 years older. Struggling to learn some CW and enjoying SOTA.
US Extra, Volunteer Examiner ARRL & GLAARG VECs.
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.