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John Perriero
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K4WIC Ham Since 2005
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My Ham Radio Interests
1 - IRLP: Talking to folks in my hometown: South River NJ.
2 - Two meters and 70cm: I enjoy simplex and repeaters.
3 - Can be found during day if not on the road ... 40 meters.
4 - Digital Mobile Radio (DMR)

1 - Yaesu QuadBander FM Transceiver FT-8900R attached to a Diamond SGM911 Tri-Band antenna on a Diamond K9000LRM motorized luggage mount and Byonics Ready To Go *RTG* for APRS (SUV)
2 - MotoTrbo XPR2500 UHF Digital Mobile Radio (Home)
3 - MotoTrbo XPR5550 UHF Digital Mobile Radio permanently installed (SUV)
4 - Icom All Mode Transceiver IC-7000 at home connected to a LDG IT-100 autotuner with a dual twin lead antenna encased in a PVC pipe mounted in the attic for 2 meter and 440 transmissions. For HF contacts I use one of the rain downspouts on the Southwestern side of the Triple R Spread (Home)

Other Interests
Hometown: South River NJ / Retired / Christian / Widower / 61 Years Old / Former On-Air Personality / SUV Driver With Adaptive Equipment / Writer Of Short Prose

*** CSCE Approved - General Class License on February 12th 2012

*** Approved as a VE for WCARS/VEC on March 13th 2012

*** 1/5th part owner of Two (2) DMR repeaters

Little Mountain SC - Dutch Fork Amateur Radio Group - W4DFG

*** Twitter: Member #36 of the HamTwitNet on Wednesday nights at 8PM (ET) on Echolink Node #387265 hosted by W5RAW-R

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1/29/2011 5:30:44 PM (0 comments) Add a commentAdd Comment

First day here and all ready adding myself into the website.
My Google Site has little information on my hobby:Amateur Radio. On December 10th 2005, I became a Technician under call KI4MZD. Didn't like that call at all. I received K4WIC on January 21st 2006. I'm SKYWARN certified in Columbia SC. My home office is equipped with the Icom All Mode Transceiver IC-7000 and a dual twin lead antenna encased in a PVC pipe and a Par Electronic OA-50 for 6 meters mounted in the attic.

My SUV carries the Yaesu QuadBander FT-8900R Transceiver with a Diamond SGM911 tri-band antenna that’s attached to a Diamond K9000LRM motorized luggage mount.

I can be found driving my SUV equipped with APRS. The unit I use is the Byonics Micro-Trak RTG (Ready To Go). Done for now!

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