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Due to upgrades and moves, I've held several call signs. KN8WHB was changed to K8WHB when I upgraded to General Class. That was changed to W9NXD when we moved to Indiana. When we moved back to Michigan in 1984, I upgraded to Extra Class and was assigned NJ8X. I held that call until 1996 when the FCC began the vanity call sign program. That allowed amateurs to select the call sign of their choice, if available, according to their license class. We lived in Virginia then and I received my current call of K4EQ.
After I retired in 2013, my wife and I moved to the St. Louis area. Below are pictures and descriptions of some of my station equipment. Click on any picture for a larger view.
If you're new to Ham Radio, take a look around my site and see if something sparks an interest in you. Be sure to check out the website of the ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio. Ham Radio is fun, challenging and educational. Plus, there are many opportunities for public service. If you're not yet licensed, I hope you'll join the ranks soon.