Episode 027 - David Larsen - KK4WW
First License: WN7VZW, 1953
First Rig: Hallicrafters S40 and Heathkit AT1
Amateur Radio Club at South Salem High in Salem, Oregon, graduated 1957
US Navy E3 pay grade with ham radio license.
Remington Rand Univac, St. Paul, MN - David’s experience.
Oregon State University - BSEE
Autonetics, Inc - made parts for the Minuteman ICBM
Sidney Konigsberg was the founder of Konel Electronics. He was the designer of Konel line of AM marine radio transceivers.
Sideband Engineering (SBE) - SB-33 Transceiver
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA - School of Engineering
1995 University Public Service Excellence Awards to David Larsen
Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum official ham station call sign: N4USA
The First Apple 1 Computer
Apple 1 computer in wooden case
1990 DXpedition to demonstrate Amtor
Foundation for International Amateur Radio
1992 Bangladesh rare DXpedition - 25000 contacts in 3 weeks of operation
Current Rig: Kenwood TS-830S
Favorite Operating Mode: SSB
Chantilly Farm festival ground
The Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum
DXpedition to Dominica, February 12 to 22, 2015
Call signs J79WWW & J79USA
Freq: 20 meters, 14.275 +- 20Kc
Time: 2000 to 2400 Zulu
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KK4WW as WN7VZW in 1953
Heathkit AT-1 on the right
Bangladesh DXpedition QSL Card 1993
David in the Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum with an Intel development system
Apple 1 in the Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum