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W0LED
Clay Bartholow
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W0LED Ham Since 1968
United States

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Other Callsigns
WNØWEP
KAØLEN
KDØBY

My Ham Radio Interests
APRS & Packet Radio
HF SSB
VHF/UHF FM
PSK31 & other sound card digital modes
SDR experimentation
Kit building
ARES and Emcomm

Equipment
HF/VHF/UHF transceivers
Packet radio TNCs
WMR Advantage and Plug'n'Play interfaces
GPS

Other Interests
Taught electronics and computer programming full time for 23+ years at NEI College of Technology and Dunwoody College of Technology -- Principal Instructor.
Continue teaching Advanced Electronics one semester each year -- Adjunct Instructor.
Outdoors--Backpacking--Hiking--Hunting--Fishing
CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)

Clubs
ARRL -- American Radio Relay League -- Life Member
QCWA -- Quarter Century Wireless Association -- Life Member
Twin City FM Club
Anoka County Radio Club
Twin Cities Repeater Club
Maple Grove Radio Club
Richfield Amateur Radio Club
TAPR -- Tucson Amateur Packet Radio

Payday

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1/31/2014 7:14:41 AM (0 comments) Add a commentAdd Comment


I started my part-time gig teaching Advanced Electronics at Dunwoody College of Technology in early January. I teach two nights a week, four hours each night. That's not counting the prep time although, since I have taught this material before, I have lots of notes, worksheets, study and review materials to draw upon. I already have most of my material organized by topic: multistage transistor amplifiers, op amps, thyristors, radio and electronic communication. So prep time is kept to a minimum. Anyway, since Dunwoody pays one pay period behind, I am just now getting my first pay check. Feels good! It is a nice boost to my checking account. I am happy. Now all I'm waiting for is my first pension check to show up. Retirement is not so bad. 73


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