<<I've been an Extra Class FCC licensed radio amateur for over 50 years. I've built a lot of my stuff, have designed many antennas and put them up myself, have managed to contact virtually all of the countries in the world (and actually know where they are, too), and have been active in various contests and competitions, doing rather well in them. >> I got my license circa 1970 myself. I've kept the license but I haven't had a station up in many years.What varieties of equipment do you like?Personally I recall the Heath Kits, Knight Kits, Viking Rangers and other tube equipment of the 1960s most fondly. Seattle Pioneer
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