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| QRZCQ - The database for radio hams |
2017-02-20 03:54:39 UTC
|Last update:||2013-02-10 00:18:34|
|QTH:||Port St. Lucie|
|US county:||St. Lucie|
|DXCC Zone:||291 |
Most used bands
Most used modes
|Last update:||2013-02-10 00:14:03|
I have been a Ham since 1963. I was 11 years old when I received my first call, WN2LLA. During those years, if you did not get a higher class licenese within a year, you would lose your callsign. I passed my General in January in 1965 and was issued WB2REM.
As a Ham for 50 years I have done my share of Dx operations. In fact, my wife (KA2MGR) and I went on a Honeymoon/DX Expedition in 1981 to the Galapagos Islands and operated WB2REM/HC8. My son is W2REM and brother K2DON.
Since then I have held the following calls VP2VGA, 4U1ITU (operator),VP2EREM, FO0/WB2REM, G/WB2REM, 5B4/WB2REM, VP5/WB2REM, VQ5M, V31MM, V3Mand lastly was issued one of the 4 US licenses to operate out of Communist Russia (1991) UA6L/WB2REM.
I am active on all bands including satellite. I conducted a SAREX contact for the Lawrence Township Public Schools and have spoken to the MIR Space Station (when it was in space), The Space Shuttle and the International Space Station.
I have published 5 articles, three in QST on internet linking. The first article was published in 1995. I also published in 73 and CQ Magazines.
I developed some of the first internet linking interfaces. They can be seen at http://www.ilinkboards.com
3 el Steppir up 20 meters
Ameritron AL-1500Q (1.5 KW)
KLM KT34A (4 El Tri-Bander Up 20 Meters)
WB2REM / Pic 2