Well, Where Should I start?  First Off if Your Reading this Thanks for Visiting My Personal Page. Please be sure to Sign the Guestbook as well. I am Located in Dillon County, SC. My Name is Sam and I became an Amateur Radio Operator on December 15, 2008 as KJ4IKR. I originally tried back in 2004 but could never get the Morse code to pass the test. In Mid 2008 I learned from an 11 meter friend of mine Earl KJ4BVM that Morse code was no longer required so He gave me the info where I needed to go to Study. I also started listening to the Local 2 meter repeater on a Handheld Scanner...I quickly started studying and on Dec. 13, 2008 took the Test which of course was granted on Dec. 15. I started talking and soon started call some local 2m nets. In early 2011 my daughter Kelleigh made a comment to me that she wanted her name in my call sign. I was shocked she wanted that so in early March 2011 I applied for the call K4KNJ...

Although you got 25 choices to chose which call sign you wanted I only applied for one. On March 22, 2011 I was Granted the Call K4KNJ and My daughter was more happier then me...She had to call her mom to let her know that I had Her Initials as part of my call sign. Today I still Hold the Technician Class License with no signs or even wants of ever upgrading to General.. I love 2m/70cm local talking...Ham Radio is open for anyone with many different things to do...weather your collections QSL cards, Grid Squares or even saving a Call Log. I prefer to talk to people where we can meet and sit down and maybe have breakfast. Im not all about talking to someone long enough to get their info and move on. Believe it or not...Local repeater QSO are better then any other form of communications..but we will not go into details..I am Mostly on Dillon 146.745Mhz but U can find me on any of the ones listed here Repeaters Close to K4KNJ