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BJ radionut
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Birthday:
August 24
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35 miles East of Indianapolis
Occupation:
Journeyman Electrician 37+ years NOW RETIRED

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BJ radionut

Supporting Member and 6m addict, Male, from 35 miles East of Indianapolis

BJ radionut was last seen:
Feb 26, 2021 at 5:45 PM
    1. YR Mason FL
      YR Mason FL
      Hey BJ! I hope that all is well with you guys. I have been trying to contact you.
      After 40 years of procrastination, I finally decided to get my ticket. I have been studying for the past week and my tests are on the 23 of January. I thought that I could faintly hear you on 6 meters this morning around 0745 ET online through SDR.

      Greg
    2. The Mad Scientist
      The Mad Scientist
      Hey Gary, Been along time. How have you been? I really enjoyed reading your 6 meter project thread, reminded me of when I did my 220 some years back. Did you manage to get those vacuum realys installed? good work:)
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    August 24
    Location:
    35 miles East of Indianapolis
    Occupation:
    Journeyman Electrician 37+ years NOW RETIRED
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    I've always seem to be drawn to radios. I started repairing old discarded tube type radios and TV's in my early teen's. I got my first CB at age 13 and that quickly grew to avid shortwave listener from equipment I repaired.
    I obtained my first FCC license as a "Novice" in 1979.
    My first callsign was KA0FNB.
    I upgraded to Technician, then General Class by 1984.
    I requested callsign W9FNB in 1999.
    I still enjoy building most of my own Antennas. I also still enjoy restoring old tube type radio gear and the occasional RF amplifier.
    I also Collect Sportscards, plus Autographs and sports memorabilia.

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    YAESU FTdx3000D (6m rig):)YAESU FT-950:) FT-920:)
    ICOM 7100 mobile w/ HLA300 amp / TE System HFA 6m amp w/KJ7U screwdriver antenna
    ICOM IC 9100 160m thru 440 MHz All-Mode rig
    AMPS: AL-811/ DRAKE L4B
    Various Mics: Heil Gold Elite / PR781 / and others
    ANTENNAS: W8JK AT 45+ FT. (75/40/20) "Phased Doublet Array" HB 10M GP / 6M-6 elements 25ft boom @ 40ft w/HB KW amp

    "Just a Normal :rolleyes: all around old retired Guy"::D
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