My name is Dick Grady.
I am an amateur radio operator licensed by the United States Federal Communications Commission.
My assigned call sign is AC7EL.
My license class is Amateur Extra, which is the highest class and confers full amateur privileges.
I live in Pahrump, Nevada, U.S.A., about 60 miles (100 Km) west of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pahrump is in the Pacific Time Zone, UTC -8 hours in the winter and UTC -7 in the summer.
(UTC is Universal Coordinated Time, a world time standard, and is the standard time in Great Britain.)
Pahrump is in a hot dry desert, with summer daytime temperatures averaging 105 degrees Fahrenheit (41 degrees Celcius)
and annual rainfall averaging 3 inches (7.5 cm) per year.
I am a member of the Southern Nye County Amateur Radio Emergency Service where I am:
Liaison with the local repeater coordinators,
Liaison with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (some of our repeaters are on public lands),
Public information officer,
and Resident Agent for our non-profit corporation.
I am a member of the Pahrump Ammateur Radio Repeater Association
where I am the Treasurer.
My Amateur Radio pages:
Amateur Radio License Exams in Pahrump, NV
Web Sites for Studying for Amateur Radio Licenses
Become an ARRL/VEC Volunteer Examiner (VE)
Videos about Amateur Radio
Field Day 2005 in Southern Nye County, NV.
Moving the 147.03 Repeater to Johnnie.
Current weather in Pahrump:
If you have comments or suggestions, send email to me.
Last updated: January 7, 2015.