I started in Amateur Radio at a very young age and learned electronics "hands-on" style. I enjoy all areas of amateur radio today--especially CW, QRP , DXing and satellites. I have worked in radio, TV and microwave engineering, and have designed several unique circuits and mini rigs. I taught college electronics and hold 3 degrees in Applied Electronic Technology plus an Amateur EXTRA class license and Radar Endorsed FCC First Phone/GROL license. I was a pioneer in SSTV and assisted several world areas in becoming operational in video communications. As of 2006, I have written over 800 articles/columns and 28 books on all aspects of amateur radio.
I now write 3 columns in CQ Magazine plus articles for RadCom of the UK, 100 Watts of Thailand, SARL of South Africa and other international ham magazines. My latest book (The World of Keys) features CW instruments like few people have ever seen. In addition to amateur radio, I am presently researching Quantum Physics and Radio Astronomy, and developing several definitive theories on electronic time travel based on matter transducers, light speed accelerators and Einstein's theory of relativity.
Dave Ingram, K4TWJ