This blog is about Amateur Radio from my point of view.

I spent most of my adult life in broadcasting.

I was behind the microphone on radio, and in front of the cameras on Television.

That in itself does not qualify one to go and pass the test to become a licensed amateur radio operator.

Growing up in Colorado, I don’t remember a time when I didn’t think about “radio”.  Either having one to listen to, or having one in my car. Those were the days of Heathkit, and I built my share.

Now if you’re thinking that I’m an expert….think again.

I just like radios and being on the air, either as an announcer, news person, or using a microphone or key to communicate.

I’m going to use this blog to communicate that one does not have to be a technical wizard to be an amateur.  You just have to take the time to learn what has to be done to be on the air.

Most of all, have fun.

My name, Norm Seeley.

My call sign, KI7UP and I live in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Please feel free to comment.


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