|Shortwave Frequencies||AM Radio Day|
|Radio Wave Propagation||AM Radio Night|
|American radio Relay League (ARRL)|
|Allstar Link||IRLP||Hamshack Hotline||DMR|
|468100||3277||My number 6100000768||DMR Channels USA|
|My number 1032 or DMR 3140504||Brandmeister Hoseline|
|Hams Over IP|
|My number is 100038||HoIP Phonebook|
I’ve been an amateur radio operator since April 1983 and was inspired by my dad. His original call sign is now my call sign, K5GLH. He got his license in 1960, before I was born. He was inspired by Jack Perkins, K5ESF, a coworker at Holloman AFB, in Alamogordo, New Mexico. My dad was stationed there when he met my mom, who was born in Fair Acres, near Las Cruces, New Mexico. My first license call sign was KA5QNB that I had from 1983 to 1993. In 1993, I was stationed at Luke AFB in Phoenix, Arizona. At that time, I requested seven call sign so it would sound unique when I moved back to Oklahoma. The call sign that I was given was not a very good call sign, KB7ZCO. In 2001, I had moved back to Oklahoma and found my dad’s original call was available so I applied for it and received it.
Now my wife has a license, my brother has a license as well. We also have a General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) license, WRAP445. Radio has been a huge part of my life over the years and so have computers. I got my first computer, (Commodore VIC-20) in 1983, the same year I got my ham radio license. To me, they compliment each other very well. I’ve also been severe weather enthusiast, as you can learn about by clicking the “page 3” at the bottom of this page.
See pages one (1), two (2), and three (3) on bottom left of this page. Those are links to my pages within the Del City Radio Club site. Click on those to change my pages. This is page two, my (radio page), one is my (entry page) and page three is my (weather page).