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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.
HAM from Lower Silesia, Poland
Walking, Running, Ham Radio (DK3IP/KK4QAO) and Clinical Microbiology - any time left?
Lifelong scanner buff, newly minted Ham. Interested in all aspects of radio but digital modes foremost. #linux user
Amateur radio operator from Massachusetts.
ex- WN1DRS WA1DRS (1965-1984)
Former Radio Officer. United States Merchant Marine (1980-1996.)
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.
Ed Vielmetti in Ann Arbor, MI EN82.
Member of ARROW, University of Michigan ARC.
Radio spectrum fanatic: CBradio DX'er (19WAC3067) & official listening-station (PA11343), SWL'er. Radioscanner, SDR, Linux, antenna experiments. Etc.
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.
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.
IT Professional, Ham Radio hobbyist.
Preferred mode(s) : CW/SSB on HF