[AMRadio] Old AM'ers

Jim Wilhite w5jo at brightok.net
Wed Nov 21 19:35:40 EST 2007

Jim, we are very proud and happy to have you and people like you on this 
forum, for not only do you learn from us, but we learn from you.

Do not fear posting your questions, but also post your successes.  As an 
older amateur, I find I relearn things forgotten from people such as 

Have fun getting things together.  It is almost as much fun building as 
operating and you will find people here who do one or the other.  You 
will also find those of us who do both.

Welcome and Happy Thanksgiving to you.


> Hey All,
>    I guess I am different than most. I turned 50 this past July but 
> didn't get my ticket till 2001. My first AM station should be on the 
> air next year. After getting my general, I fell in love with tubes and 
> the old gear. I have several pieces and am not sure which one to 
> restore first! Still getting my workspace squared away! My to do list 
> is listed on QRZ.
>    I just wanted to speak up here and say a big thank you to all you 
> guys out there that take the time to mentor us newbies! The wealth of 
> knowledge on these reflectors is priceless. We would be lost without 
> it! Thank you! Have a blessed Thanksgiving. 73
> In His service,
> Jim Cundiff KB3GFC

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