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Hello and thanks for looking me up! I passed the UK foundation course in 2007 and was licensed as MM3YCG. In 2010 I sat the intermediate exam and got my current call. My ambition is to go for my full call in the future. Since I was first licensed I have been interested in satellite operation and have made lots of good contacts icluding the ISS several times. I intend on being QRV In the very near future on the few remaining operational FM/SSB satellites and also via digi modes on the HF bands. For a long while I was a QRP (5 Watts Max) operator and again I made some great DX contacts I never thought were possible with such low power and basic equipment! After a lot of determination, fighting through pileups and excellent operators on the other end gained me some memorable QRP DX contacts some of which can be seen on my YouTube channel.

 

The QTH Is called Strathaven and is located about twenty five miles South East of the city of Glasgow. For more information please click here 

My current working conditions are: Yaesu FT-847,  1/2 size G5RV inverted V dipole antenna (pictured below). For Digi modes I use a MiniPro Interface by G4ZLP Electronics. Software is Hamrdio Deluxe. If you hear me on the bands please give me a call!! 

To QSL please send QSL with S.A.E and I'll return my QSL card or confirmation via eQSL & QRZ.com. No QSLs Via Bureau

 

 

 

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(Below) My QTH Seen From A Boeing 737-700

 

 

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