Welcome to my website. is a landing page that resides on my main website at Please feel free to explore my content. I earned my Technician Class Amateur Radio license in March 1995. I upgraded to a General Class license in March 2007. For years, I operated on HF, VHF, and UHF from my car and on VHF from my bicycle. I do not have a station in my home. My neighborhood is filled with noisy power lines and my home is in a small valley that puts me below most terrain. As a result, I’m all-mobile all the time. Click here to read about my current mobile ham setup.

Feel free to e-mail me via the link at the bottom of this page if you have a question beyond what I’ve covered here. LEARN MORE ABOUT HAM RADIO HERE.

Here are a few Amateur Radio links:

Ham Radio Outlet – Probably the nation’s largest Amateur Radio dealer.

Yaesu USA – A leading ham radio manufacturer.

Icom America – Another leading manufacturer.

ARRL – Amateur Radio’s voice in the political arena.

Bicycle Mobile Hams of America – Combine cycling with Amateur Radio.

QRZ – The Internet’s most popular Ham Radio database. Features callsign lookup, ham biographies, and links to individual sites.

W5YI is an outstanding source of information for those interested in Amateur Radio.

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