Les found Ham Radio with some High School friends and became K2SHL when he got his general. He became interested in DX and discovered that contests were a great way to find more DX and started contesting in the early 1970’s. In 1996 he received W2LK. In 1992, he operated from the US Virgin Islands […]
Rob Adams has been a licensed ham since 1994. He was been a member of Seattle WA ACS radio team for two years. Rob has been active in two way radio for 30 years. In the early 90s he facilitated bringing a volunteer EmComm radio group into Sea-Tac International Airport to support the Airport Chaplaincy.
Rick Rosen, K1DS, has been a ham for 60 years. For the past 30 years he has had a keen interest in VHF and up activity and he has been a member of both the Northeast Weak Signal group, the Packrats and the Florida Weak Signal Society. He has operated bands from 1.8MHz through 24GHz […]
Ralph Boyd, KK4GUB, is an Amateur Radio Astronomer with a PC coAntrolled Spectral receiver tuned on the 21cm (1420MHz) spectral line for neutral Hydrogen. He has written software to collect the RF radiation from Galactic nebula clouds, and will be speaking about and demonstrating aspects of Radio Astronomy. Ralph retired from Motorola in 2008 after […]
Bruce Ratoff, KO4XL, is a retired Electrical Engineer whose interest in electronics goes back to early childhood. He got his professional start at the very beginning of the personal computing era, and has done design and development in many different hardware and software disciplines. Bruce fulfilled his lifelong interest in becoming a radio amateur while […]