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eQSL: to 2E0JOB/M

I will always respond to QSL cards received by post. No return postage required.

(2E0JOB, 2E0JOB/m, M6WHO, M6WHO/m, 2Q0JOB/m & 2O0JOB/m)


Thanks for looking me up on QRZ.com.

I obtained my 1st licence (M6WHO) in June 2011 and the current licence in December 2011. My job involves the installation of tracking equipment into vehicles and this means a lot of travelling so I currently only operate as a mobile station. So thanks to you nice people out there who QSO with me and keep me sane as I am driving. Best 73 Brian.


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ATAS 120 Screwdriver (roof mounted). Inside the mobile shack using the Yaesu FT857D.

Inside the mobile shack with the Yaesu FT450. Home Brew vertical for 40m using the ATAS coils as a tuner.

Thornton Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society Field Station for the VHF contest.

Lighthouse Activation - Plover Scar - UK0018 Invasion from Space. No! A bug on the windscreen of the mobile shack.

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Whist I was visiting Juha (OH6JJ) in Finlanda problem developed with the rotator located just under the antenna.

After obtaining the safety harnesses we were able to climb the mast and make the necessary repairs.

Thepictures to the left which are inset were taken from the top of the mast.

Finland was a fantastic place to visit and the people were very friendly and welcoming. I would recommend it to anybody.

I am looking forward to my next visit there and my thanks go to Juha and his family and friends for making me welcome there.


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