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Welcome to the WB2VVV ham radio and antenna technology web site!

This web site name is the call sign of Chris Fagas, WB2VVV. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) assigned me the call letters WB2VVV (Extra Class) in 1976, and this has been my call sign continuously over the past decades. I was first licensed by the FCC as WN2VVV (Novice Class) in 1974, and in those days your call sign prefix changed when you upgraded from the Novice Class License.

I grew up in Pearl River, NY where I was the former president of the Pearl River High School Radio Club. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island, I settled in Park Ridge, NJ and was the former president of the Stateline Radio Club.

Now I live in Foster, RI, and am a member of the Radio Club of America, the Yankee Clipper Contest Club (YCCC), the CTRI Contest Group, the Straight Key Century Club (SKCC), the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA), the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its Antenna and Propagation Society.

Please visit Page 3 of this site using the above tab to access some links to some technical articles I have written.


Chris Fagas formerly had a purely educational and non-commercial web site to spread free information about ham radio, antennas and technology, to those interested. This web site was built with the help of a colleague at the URL of the same FCC licensed call letters, but .com instead of .net, in the early days of the Internet when everything was a dot com.

Unfortunately, that URL registration lapsed and was renewed by a commercial enterprise to first sell Wi-Fi products and then for a dating/personals directory, and was essentially stolen out from under Chris Fagas, the only person in the world rightfully licensed the FCC call letters WB2VVV. Now the and URLs are again owned by their rightful owner: Chris Fagas.

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