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I was first licensed as an Amateur Radio Operator on November 5, 1958.  My Novice call was WV6CYP.  8 or 9 months latter I up graded to Conditional General Class. 

In the 1970 I let my license expire and did not get back into the hobby until 1992 with a Technician Class call KD6GXB.  Again 8 or 9 months latter I upgraded to General class.  I got my present call KN6OX when I upgraded to the Advanced Class.  I now hold and Amateur Extra Class license.

My HF station is an ICOM IC-765 with a Collins 30L1 amp to give me a little extra kick.  My antenna is a Force 12 C3SS at 40 ft

I enjoy chasing DX and some contesting.

This page is going to be a collection of links to Ham Radio Sites both personal and informational.

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John

John is a SysOp for the N6ICW 147.195  Repeater System. 

His site is an interesting collection of Amateur Radio trivia and information.

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Gordy WB6OVH, Cheri KB6DSA and Mr Buster Brown

Gordy and Cheri

Cheri's Howling Moon Vineyards web site is a chronicle of the travels and adventures of Gordy, Cheri and Mr. Buster Brown.  It also has the times, dates and names of all of the full moons.

Visit Howling Moon Vineyards

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Mike and Bear

Barri NW6Q and Mike WA6PLC

Barri and Mike are neighbors living just up the street.  Mikes site is a collection of information on his projects both hardware and software.  They include a picture of Mike digging the foundation for his tower.

Visit WA6PLC

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The Physics Laboratory is one of the major operating units of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Its mission is to support United States industry by providing measurement services and research for electronic, optical, and radiation technologies

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The world of Amateur Radio Contesting.  

Rules, links and a calendar for just about every contest

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N6ICW Repeater  System 147.195 PL 123

Experience, according to noted talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, “Excellence in Broadcasting on N6ICW”

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ARRl Pacific Division

Learn what is happening in the ARRL Pacific Division with links to clubs, test sessions and swap meets

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Callsign lookups provided by qrz.com
Tuesday, April 09, 2013 

Look up a call at QRZ.COM or visit QRZ.COM and see the online swaps, join a form or take a Ham Radio Trivia Quiz

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If you want to keep current on what is going on with Amateur Radio CQ Magazine is the place to go.

They have reviews of the latest equipment, articles about contesting and helpful hints.

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