Monthly Archives: March 2016
Even with a three-day weekend, I’ve been keeping busy and haven’t turned on the radio much. I am working on either setting up an end-fed antenna or a dipole that can actually work on 80 meters correctly. It’s just been … Continue reading
I worked 4V1TL last Sunday (3/13) and haven’t been too active until today when I worked KP4KDE on 15 meters. I don’t use 15 meters that much but I think I should start working it more. I’m also working on … Continue reading
It’s a beautiful evening here in the metropolis that is Limestone, Tennessee. The sun is setting in a partly cloudy sky and it’s a balmy 64° F out. I turned on my radio and heard 4V1TL calling on 14.289. I … Continue reading
So I’ve decided to set up a new ham radio website for myself! Hopefully this will allow me to share my experiences and knowledge with everyone as well as keep my own interest in ham radio going too.