KJ3P - James R. 'Jim' Perry James R. 'Jim' Perry - KJ3P
Schwenksville, PA
QCWA # 31910
Chapter 31

Greetings from Jim in southeast Pennsylvania!

Licensed since age 14 (as KN1IQZ in 1958, then K1IQZ, and W3JRP), in 2000 I returned to this wonderful hobby after 40 years of relative inactivity. I'm enjoying many new-found aspects of ham radio: SSB (I couldn't afford those fancy SSB rigs in the early days!), many digital modes, and of course, VHF/UHF repeaters. I also have a 10-watt PSK31 beacon (PropNet http://propnet.org/ ) beacon on the air using the IC-7200 at 28.1188 +1500.

Active Volunteer Examiner: I've become a VE to try to give back some of the kindness shown to me by my early elmers.
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KJ3P - James R. 'Jim' Perry
Main Shack (above, 160 through 70 cm): ICOM IC-7600 transceiver, ICOM IC-7200 transceiver, Elecraft KPA500 amplifier, Palstar AT1KP Antenna Tuner (manual), FlexRadio 1500 (SDR), and SuperLoop80 (below).

Boat-anchor Shack: Hammarlund HQ-140-X, Viking Adventurer, Heath DX-60, Heath VF-1, Heath DX-100

Antennas: Radio Works SuperLoop 80 (photo below), Carolina Windom 160, Arrow Antenna yagis (50/220/440)

VHF/UHF Equipment: Yaesu FT-60R HT, Yaesu/Alinco144/220/440 mobiles.

Always glad to QSL: postcard, LotW, eQSL, QRZ.com!

KJ3P - James R. 'Jim' Perry
SuperLoop80, broadside east-west, from Radio Works http://www.radioworks.com
40-foot poles from K4TMC's The Mast Company http://tmastco.com

KJ3P - James R. 'Jim' Perry
From 1961: KJ3P's 1961 Shack (as K1IQZ), from the archives of Russ, K1LRB

From 1959: WPE1EQ Certificate issued by Popular Electronics
KJ3P - James R. 'Jim' Perry

January 9, 2014