Episode 132 - Gary Hoffman - KB0H
Gary’s website: “The Amateur Amateur”
Air Force Satellite Control Facility
Chris Hoffman, K1KC , Gary’s (brother)
SABRE - St. Louis All-Band Radio Enthusiasts
XYL: Nancy, N0NJ, licensed at the same time
Hospital Amateur Radio Net HARN
Steve Wooten, KC0QMU - Emergency Coordinator for the St. Louis Metro ARES
First Callsign: 1994, KB0QGE
First Rig: a pair of Yaesu FT530 handhelds
St. Louis Metro ARES
April Moell, WA6OPS, founder of the Hospital Disaster Support System in Orange County, California
Amateur Radio Communications Course, ARRL, Introduction to Emergency Communications
CERT - community emergency response team
Most exciting thing about amateur radio now: Still manages to be relevant
Advice to new or returning hams: Don’t be intimidated by jargon, and don’t be afraid to get on the air.
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Yaesu FT-530 Dual Band Handheld
Promoting Amateur Radio
Icom ID-5100 Multi-band VHF/UHF Transceiver
QTH KB0H Allinco Transceivers on 3 bands