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Default [VE2DPE] Success comes in many harmonics !


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Success comes in many harmonics !

Posted: 01 Mar 2020 06:45 AM PST
https://www.hamradiosecrets.com/succ...armonics-.html

I got my first ham license in 1962 (WA9ASN), built my first REAL
transmitter from Heathkit (DX 40) during that summer and went 'on the
air'. To my chagrin,


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