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Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Redeye, Aug 13, 2011.
and passed them both!
Now to get my mobil rig setup and ready myself for the Extra next month.
Welcome to Amateur Radio
Thanks! Feeling kind of like a 16 yr old that has just been handed the keys. There's a whole big world out there to explore.
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Congrats!!! Welcome to the Wonderful World of Ham radio.
Welcome aboard, glad to have you. Any questions &/or concerns, don't hesitate to drop me an e-mail; I'll be more than happy to help, if I can. Again, congrats! Take care es...
Vy 73 de Bert
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Congrats on the exam and welcome to the world of amateur radio.
Nice job what you have done is not as easy as some think it is, you deserve a pat on the back and the girl friend or wife should award you a new toy for your dedication.
Congrats on passing both!
Long callsign, or shorter callsign? Decisions-decisions...
:laugh: Thanks. Yeah, she let me buy my first rig (Yaesu 857D for mobil). Gonna get my feet wet with this and get comfortable then comes the Base.
Yep. Waiting to see what I get, then may apply for a vanity (1x3). Decisions, decisions...(which letter K,W or N, the number 4, followed by which letters???).
I passed my tech yesterday myself. I did take the general just for giggles, but I hadn't studied for it so of course I failed as expected. Give me two weeks and I'll have that one in the bag too.
I'm also getting an 857D. I'm going to use it both base and mobile. Just unplug it and take it back and forth. I don't want to leave it in my vehicle anyway. $800 is a small fortune to me.
Congrats to you to Jacob!
And I am sure now you have slugged at it one time, you can nail it on the second round!
have fun guys, welcome aboard!
Good deal! I'm sure you'll knock it out on the next go. Looking forward to getting into the 857D and may do as you (back and forth).