I became interested in Amateur (Ham) Radio in the 1960's but never pursued the hobby since I didn't want to take the time to learn Morse Code. Thirty some odd years later, in 1993, I became licensed as a "no code" Technician. I later advanced to a "coded" Technician or Tech Plus than later to Advanced. I now hold an Amateur Extra license. My current call sign is WU4H, prior to that I was known as KE4EMA and KS4LS.
My boyhood inspiration was from W6OLV and my elmer is N4XVF (ex WB0UKK.)
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During a recent trip to Scotland I took my rig and operated as MM/WU4H (MM being the UK's second set of prefixs)
Amateur Radio Station MM/WU4H in the Highland Hotel, Stirling Scotland
MM/WU4H's antenna system (2 Slinkys center fed), the loop in the coax is a balun.
This is the inside of my Ford Explorer showing my FT-100 and GPS
This is my ATAS 100 mounted on the rear door.
The FT-100 is mounted under the rear seat.