Rob Brownstein

Rob Brownstein, K6RB, was first licensed in 1958, at age 11, as KN2UMU. He received his general ticket in 1959 and his extra class in 1970.

He is a member of several ham radio organizations: ARRL, NCCC, NCDXA, FOC, A1 Club of Japan and CWops. His passion is CW and he uses it mostly for rag chewing and contesting. Rob is also an author of ham radio articles and books.

He received a QST cover plaque award for his article The Joy of Contesting and is co-author of "Morse Code Operating for Amateur Radio", an ARRL publication.

Rob lives in Santa Cruz California and is vice-president of intellectual property at LitePoint Corporation. He is a registered patent agent with the US Patent and Trademark Office. He holds a bachelor's degree in physics and did his graduate studies in electrical engineering.


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