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PICTURES OF THE HISTORIC BANBURY CROSS AND THE BRONZE STATUE OF THE FINE LADY FEATURED IN THE FAMOUS CHILDRENS NURSERY RHYME

 

smileyHello everyone my name is Adrian I first passed my test back in October 2008 but since then I have progressed to the intermediate licence

previous callsign was M6AMR although I am relatively new to ham radio my interest in radio goes back further to when I was a child I remember listening to MW and SW radio when I was just 8 years old and being fascinated by how I could hear broadcast stations from other countries at night this developed into an interest in SWL and then later Citizens Band

In 1989 I went to Italy with the intention of working there for a few months but instead I met my future wife in Rome...and I married her the following year ... we then eventually lived in Italy until September1999

During that time I also operated on italian cb radio and I would pass some evenings helping students with their english homework over the air and also helping other operators learn english for their holidays

I once dreamed of having a ham licence when I was 13 years old so for me passing the test a few years back really was a dream come true I never would have thought that at the age of 45 I would still be able to fulfill my dreams

Even though my licence permits 50 watts my main interest is qrp and I rarely use more than ten watts total

This can be challenging as my location is also very poor for radio... I live in Banbury town centre surrounded by high rise buildings and urban interference I also only have a small back yard which is only 4.40 metres wide and 5 metres long however I don't do badly considering the difficulties.

I did not choose this location with radio in mind as our son has a serious mental handicap and my wife does not drive and so therefore having everything within walking distance is very handy

 

I'm a proud member of both the Stratford Upon Avon Radio Society and the Banbury Amature Radio Society(Bars)

and also the RSGB

http://banburyarc.org/

http://www.stratfordradiosociety.freeserve.co.uk/

http://www.rsgb.org/

The Banbury Society is involved with JOTA and the scouts and when I can It is fun to help out

 

My callsign is 2E0TEN which is a dead giveaway for my favorite band TEN where propagation permitting you will usually find me during the summer 'e' season

here are some links to one of my latest projects

http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=15527

http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=18809

the HF4B featured in the main photo I stripped down and repaired with the help of a friend to the best of my knowledge I'm the only person in the midlands that has one

having this antenna has made a real difference ....and yes it is a compromise due to my small garden but thankfully I should be able to get a bit further this summer

I have not quite finished yet though as I intend to get properly set up on vhf/uhf but that is pending repairs to my roof which at the moment can't wait

this is what I have in line at the moment the icom 703 which has a maximum of ten watts output well I am a qrp man HI HI...... the rest of my gear is not yet in the photo because I need to save some money to get some better antennas to put above my newly repaired roof I will update this page once thats done

 

 

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