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Nick Lerro
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W3NRL Ham Since 2000
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My Ham Radio Interests
i started my ham radio hobby back in 1986 and dropped out for many years and started back into the hobby in 2000 and started getting my shack back the way i wanted.
I used most aspects of the hobby from ssb,digital & cw and talked to ISS several times ( these qso are recorded )i also like talking using the Birds ( Satellites ).
Also enjoy making my own antennas, i have build beams and really love making wire antennas.

Equipment
My equipment has changed through out the years as did all of us in the hobby:
from ft-2000 ft-101e, ft-101zd, Icom706mkiig, Ts-d700d, ic 2800, ts-2000, ts-570, icom 756pro, Ten-Tec Jupiter and many HT's ( too many to list )
plus W2IHY audio EQ and the EQ PLUS, countless Mics from HEIL..and now with Ten Tec 707 mic
i am sure many of us have a list similar to this one and it goes on and on and on.
I've sold many and replaced the ones i sold as my interest changes with the hobby i get different equipment

Other Interests
My other interest is Classic cars, my baby is 1969 ply RoadRunner ( class #1). I had several muscle cars in the past years.

Clubs
I have belong to many clubs in the past now i don't really have the time for them.
I Spend most of my time on the radio and working.


field day 2010

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8/3/2010 6:45:48 AM (0 comments) Add a commentAdd Comment


This time we went further south in New Jersey, we went to the Pine Barron's with a great group that we hang on 10 meters everyday.
we set up a tent with plenty of tables lot of antennas we worked 40, 20, 10, and host of other band ( hf) i did 40 meters with a good friend w3bt Julian
Enoch ks3x ran 10 meters with Dave and 20 meters was ran by Art and Clint, we all took turns with the bands.
Steve kb3org was our chef and he filled our stomachs and set up the field day antennas as well. we had great team work!!!
another successful field day


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