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James E (Jay) Langley

Winston 30187
United States, GA

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Call data

Last update:2020-01-26 01:36:50
QTH:Winston, Georgia
Continent:NA
Views:60
Main prefix:K
Class:EXTRA
Federal state:GA
US county:Douglas County GA
Latitude:33.6138460
Longitude:-84.8698520
Locator:EM73NO
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:8
CQ Zone:5
ULS record:691050

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-11-30 23:00:50
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:N4NRLRADIO@GMAIL.COM

Biography

Former Navy Aviation Photographer. Attended Winona School of Photography then on to undergrad school at Florida Technical University earning a teaching certificate. Upon graduation, I attended and graduated from University of Central Florida with a degree in School Administration and Supervision.

I first decided I needed to get into radio during hurricane Donna which crossed our house as my dad continued on the air that night until trees took down several antennas in the yard.
We continued to monitor reports on the storm even though we were off the air. I first sat for the novice when one had to make a specific number of contacts during the licensing period but I was by that time in the Navy and not able to get on the air losing that first ticket. I returned to active Ham Radio in 1985 after earlier holding that novice license. I continued working on morse code earning a new call and the first the full Novice license, then Technician and on to General, Advanced and finally Amateur Extra.

Equipment

Started off with a Johnson Viking III and a Hammarlund HQ 150 in about 1986 I got my Kenwood 520s which I am still using. I also have an Icom 735 which is also set up and working in my shack. Numerous 2 meter/70 cm handhelds and mobile rigs are in my equipment stash.

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