Welcome to KH6II
Now in
Texas
 
KH6II since 1975
 
Vietnam Brownwater Navy Combat Veteran 1965 - 1967. Gotta like the speed of  those PBRs, the twin 50 was not too shaby either...
 
After my Vietnam tour, I was stationed at Fleet Weather Central in the computer room as the numerical products supervisor. Total of 6 years in the service.
 
After being discharged from the Navy as an E5, I started with NCR corp for 14 years and became a senior engineer.
 
Original Ham License in 1975 by and with code test in Kona Hawaii with Technician license.
 
Just kept renewing even after I left Hawaii. Setup first real station using the Kenwood shiney face twins, R-599 and T-599, after moving to Guam. When we moved to Saipan, no station setup.
 
Then moved to Dallas Texas where I now use an icom 7300 just running barefoot, feeding an 130 foot endfed wire antenna through a MFJ 998 tuner, with a height of about 10 feet above the ground.
 
 

GEAR

Now have a minimal station setup, using an ICOM 7300 as my main transciever. Use a MFJ-998 tuner and a MFJ-1025 for noise control. My antenna is a 130 foot end fed wire.

LOCATIONS

Some of my Various living locations
Texas
Hawaii
Guam
Saipan
Texas
Watch the video to see my unorthodox antenna layout
Apple developer, but do not do much developing anymore, except for Websites and Web hosting.
You can see the consultant and client websites here:
 
You can also see my new blog here:
7300 display showing RTTY mode
7300 display showing RTTY mode
Replaced my noisy MFJ fan cooled Power supply with a Totally Silent linear power supply from Astron. Weighs about 25 pounds! Big transformer...
Replaced my noisy MFJ fan cooled Power supply with a Totally Silent linear power supply from Astron. Weighs about 25 pounds! Big transformer...
Helps keep down the man made noise
My ICOM-7300 next to my iPad using QRZ
Kenwood R-599
Kenwood R-599
My first station receiver
Kenwood T-599
Kenwood T-599
My first station transmitter
Ham Radio is a great hobby...
(Example of an over the top station, NOT mine)
QSL Card
Good to have a great iPhone to use as a remote...
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