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Old 07-23-2001, 05:42 PM   #1
Samuel Falvo
Dojo: Kenshinkan Dojo, Visa, CA
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Question Amateur Radio Aikidoka?

I was wondering how many people on this forum who practice aikido are also active amateur radio users as well? Especially active on HF? I'm just wondering. I'm thinking of getting myself an HF rig as soon as I can afford it (perhaps many months from now, but still), and it'd be cool if I can get some QSL cards from fellow aikido students.

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Old 07-24-2001, 01:13 PM   #2
Liz Baron
Dojo: Bury Aikido Club
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Amateur Radio

I forgot to put it in my hobbies list...

sadly though I haven't yet taken the test which would allow me to use the bands below 30 Mhz. I live in the UK, so I'm a class B, callsign is G7MRC - if you ever hear me there'd have to be an amazing lift on!

Liz

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Old 07-30-2001, 04:00 PM   #3
Samuel Falvo
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Re: Amateur Radio

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Originally posted by Liz Baron
I forgot to put it in my hobbies list...

sadly though I haven't yet taken the test which would allow me to use the bands below 30 Mhz. I live in the UK, so I'm a class B, callsign is G7MRC - if you ever hear me there'd have to be an amazing lift on!

Liz
Nice to hear from you. I'm only a technician with HF privileges, which means I can only do CW on anything below 10m, and have restricted band access at that. However, I hope to take my General-class exam (and maybe even Extra) in the not too distant future. It all depends on work schedule...

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Old 08-01-2001, 11:39 AM   #4
Liz Baron
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Re: Re: Amateur Radio

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Originally posted by Samuel Falvo


Nice to hear from you. I'm only a technician with HF privileges, which means I can only do CW on anything below 10m, and have restricted band access at that. However, I hope to take my General-class exam (and maybe even Extra) in the not too distant future. It all depends on work schedule...

I know that feeling....

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