Ham Engineers, sign in please!

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KC9AIC
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Post by KC9AIC » Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:32 pm

KC9AIC here, Extra class. I've been a ham since September 2001, when I was just starting high school. I immediately afterward decided that I wanted to go to engineering school and learn to be a broadcast engineer. It took about 9 years, but I got into broadcast engineering a year and a half ago, right after the graduating engineering school I'd always wanted to attend. I'm pleased to say that being a broadcast engineer for a small cluster in Maine (WMDR-AM/WMDR-FM/WWWA/WFYB/WWLN/WHPF) has been a wonderful learning experience and a lot of fun. I hope I can stay in this industry forever!

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by KE4AHR » Wed Nov 30, 2011 8:00 pm

IT guy here, Engineer in deed. Extra class...

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by kg4wxw » Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:03 pm

i think i did this before but a quick google search of my self and i re found this forum!

so hello from tennessee!

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yaesu 1500 7800 7900

kenwood f6

wouxon!!!!

TW Antenna for when i am at the park with my son

long wire at home
long wire at work!!!!!!

mfj 2 meter base also at work

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by n0grv » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:24 pm

Hello from n0grv

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Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by ve3mhy » Fri Jan 27, 2012 6:21 pm

Rich ve3mhy was gw0mhy. Licensed ham since 82 and been an EMC Engineer for about 14 years. Really interested in Broadcast Engineering and hoping someday soon to find an AM broadcast transmitter to convert to 160/80m.
Don't seem to hear so much going on this side of the border :-)


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Post by jpotter » Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:24 pm

Greetings from the Ozarks DE K3NSW

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by cmccartney » Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:04 pm

Retired, former broadcast engineer and Ampex salesman.
Now building AM station for the ham bands.

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by NZScott » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:11 pm

Gday from downunder.

Scott N0HOK / ZL1CHM here Living in ZL for the past 20+ years

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by K9EZ » Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:02 am

NZScott wrote:Gday from downunder.

Scott N0HOK / ZL1CHM here Living in ZL for the past 20+ years

YEEAAHHHH! ZL has reciprocal licensing! I am supposed to be heading there sometime in the next few months. Perhaps we could meet up?

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Re:we all need one of these

Post by RGORJANCE » Mon Apr 23, 2012 3:56 pm

This is the coolest xmttr I have seen in a long time. It would be great in my garage in the summer. Does RF Warrier sell anything competitive to this??? :lol:

http://youtu.be/neHreW-PNtw

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Re: Re:we all need one of these

Post by RFWarrior » Tue Apr 24, 2012 7:34 am

RGORJANCE wrote:Does RF Warrier sell anything competitive to this??? :lol:
No, but I sure wish I did :shock:

I do have one customer who keeps asking when we're gonna put the beer fridge in the high power NX AM rigs - if I could do that... and modify it to run 160 meters (at 100kW+), then we'd have something :lol:

Best,

Jeff

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Re: Re:we all need one of these

Post by BingNYEng » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:31 am

RGORJANCE wrote:This is the coolest xmttr I have seen in a long time. It would be great in my garage in the summer. Does RF Warrier sell anything competitive to this??? :lol:

http://youtu.be/neHreW-PNtw

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That is awesome. I bet the relay clunking gets annoying after a while though.

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by miklk1973 » Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:08 am

on 04-16-2012 I became KK4IOH

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by Scott Johnson » Wed May 23, 2012 1:12 pm

Hello from Scott KS3J. I'm a systems engineer at Wheatstone Corporation; one or two of you probably have used our gear. :)

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Re: Ham Engineers, sign in please!

Post by K9EZ » Tue May 29, 2012 2:00 pm

Scott Johnson wrote:Hello from Scott KS3J. I'm a systems engineer at Wheatstone Corporation; one or two of you probably have used our gear. :)
Welcome Scott!! I lived in New Bern for a little while and am presently just outside of Raleigh. Dont be a stranger and I want a tour of the place there sometime!

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