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My name is Beth, and I am from the west coast of Wales. I passed my foundation licence MW6VOW in June 2012 after many years of procrastination. I have now upgraded to 2W0VOW at the begining of february 2013 .

Equipment here is a Flex-3000 , Kenwood TS-480HX and Yaesu FT-920. For antennas, I started off using my home built 3/4 wavelength 40 meter band wire (30m), with 1/4 wave counterpoise (10m). I then got a 2 el quad with 5 bands (thanks Steve). My latest antenna project has been my new SteppIR DB18 - a 3 element yagi with two active elements on 40, one element on 30, and 3 elements from 20 - 6 meter bands. You can see pictures of the SteppIR installation below here. I still have all the antennas mentioned above, but use the SteppIR most of the time.

Thanks for stopping by my page. If you have worked me on one of the bands, thanks for the QSO and look forward to many more QSO's

QSL INFO: Please NO QSL via the bureau. QSL to eQSL or to my QSL manager EB7DX with $ 2 USD or 1 IRC and $ 1

 
Many thanks to Lyn VK4SWE, I received this beautiful pink key in the mail today - thanks Lyn !!!! smileyand thanks to John, ZS5J for the Bencher paddle key yes
 
 
 
The shack as it looks now, February 2014.
 
 
 
 
 
I was recently issued with a 5 year licence to operate from Mozambique with the callsign C91B
 
 
 
 
Beth - C91B (2W0VOW) and John - C91J (ZS5J) on a recent vacation/DXpedition to Mozambique
 
 
 
New tower, right after it had been installed smiley

Tower modified to accept the new SteppIR DB 18, with Prosistel rotator yes

Getting the new SteppIR onto the tower

John, ZS5J flew over to help with the tower and antenna - seen here on the ladder - September 2012

Dad and daughter

Big thanks to my dad and also John ZS5J for helping would never have happened without them ............yes

 

SteppIR DB 18, a 6.9 Mhz - 54.0 Mhz beam antenna up in the air .

 

My 2nd operator MØUSE a.k.a Mouse

 

My 2 element 5 band quad - 20/17/15/12/10 meter bands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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