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Hello and thanks for looking me up! I passed the UK foundation course in 2007 and was first 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. 

 

When QRV I like to join in on the 14.244 DX Net In the afternoons and 14.247 DX Net in the evenings - Monday to Friday. I recently moved to a new QTH and my apartment is thirteen stories up so I have no space for antennas therefore I have been experimenting with Sigma PRO-AM mobile whip antennas which are only four feet long and hang out the window and also the WonderWand antenna on the balcony. To reduce the possibility of causing QRM i use a Yeasu FT-817 QRP and for digi modes i use a MiniPro by G4ZLP Electronics and HamRadio Deluxe. 

73's Hope to hear you on the air!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

Wonderwand Antenna On the Balcony

 

 

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