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If you are here because we just had a QSO on the air, thanks and nice to work you!
New Happenings in the N8IE Ham Shack:
01/04/2016: Bought and installed a new MFJ-986 Differential-T antenna tuner. 06/01/2015: Redo of my web page. Cleaned up and deleted old files. 05/20/2015: Complete redo of my shack, see "My Radio Shack". 01/15/2015: Helping fix Daryl, K8FP's antenna: Winter Winds! 09/29/2014: I've changed my Radio Shack around. I decided to go with a modest setup, this makes it a lot more enjoyable to operate. 06/24/2014: I'm now running a Johnson Viking Valliant paired with a Hallicrafters SX-122. See "My Radio Shack" page for pics. 05/22/2014: Here are my LoTW standings, only need 35 DXCC on 80M for 5 Band DXCC!
I can be found 7.290 or 7.295 AM in the mornings, I also lurk on the CW portion of the bands.
I QSL 100% to all cards received and once or twice a year I upload to LoTW. Sorry I DO NOT USE eQSL.
DX Code of Conduct!
Ham Nation on TWit TV is one of the best POD Casts on the Web for Hams. Tune in each week and enjoy!
Here's your invitation to a friendly, high-tech hobby that's got something fun for everyone! You can become an Amateur Radio operator no matter what age, gender or physical ability. People from all walks of life pass their entry level exams and earn their Amateur (ham) Radio licenses. They all share the diverse world of activities you can explore with ham radio. You never know who you'll run into when communicating with Amateur Radio: Young people, retirees, teachers and students, engineers and scientists, doctors, mechanics and technicians, homemakers... Click here to start your journey into a great hobby!
For a list of Dayton area NETS and their times, click here.
I'm a proud member of The Flying Pigs QRP Club International
My FP-qrpl number is -6, and I'm the trustee of the club call sign, W8PIG. We have members from all around the world, and it may surprise you just who some of our members are! Like this fellow, K4ZDH, or this famous Flying Piggy,W1RFI.
Membership is free and open to all, please visit here and apply today!
The Amateur's Code was originally written by Paul M. Segal, W9EEA in 1928. Although it's been "updated" by many Hams over the years, the original meaning holds true today.
The Radio Amateur is: CONSIDERATE:
Never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.
Offering loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local clubs and the American Radio Relay League, through which Amateur Radio in the United States is represented nationally and internationally.
With knowledge abreast of science, well-built and efficient station and operation above reproach.
With slow and patient operation when requested, friendly advice and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance, co-operation and consideration for the interests of others. These are the hallmarks of the amateur spirit.
Radio is a hobby never interfering with duties owed to his family, job, school or community.
Station and skill always ready for the service to country and community.
This page is like the Earth's great magnetic field, in a constant state of flux!
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Last updated 05/26/2019