THE MOST NORTHERN
AMATEUR RADIO STATION IN IRELAND
Thanks for looking me up my 'QRZ' page, My name is Tommy and i live in the seaside village called Malin Head Co. Donegal. I am happily Married to my wife Mary since 1978 and we have two childern and 8 grandchildren. I was a SWL for many years and just passed my EXAM on the 4th of october 2012 with great help from Peter EI4JR. I am a retired Fisherman where i fished of the north coast of ireland for roughly 30 years and now with lots of free time i do enjoy radio alot, I am active on all HF bands bar 160m and also active on VHF/UHF , I also use ECHOLINK accessing echolink node ei2ipg in Donegal which is8 kilometers from my QTH.
My Working Conditions:
My main Transceiver for HF is a ICOM IC 756 PRO 3 and my antennas for HF are Cushcraft A3S 3 element tribander for 10/15/20 meters, my rotator is a yaesu G1000dxc and it all sits comfortably on top of my 10 meter tilt over tower, also for HF i have a OCF Windom dipole aproximatly 135 feet in lenght matched with a 4:1 balun and it is10meters high, it covers all bands from 10 to 80 meters. For VHF my transceiver is a YAESU 2900m and my antenna is an Diamond F23 fiberglass Vertical whip it only covers 2m, I also pack a small Dualband handheld when i am out of the house for 2m/70cm it is a Quansheng TG-UV2 which i can also use on ECHOLINK.
I can QSL direct or via IRTS bureau. Bureau prefered
So thank you for the QSO and the contact and I hope to hear you on the band again so best 73's from Tommy and from Ireland.
MY QSL CARD
Malin Head Radio Station Co Donegal
Malin Head Weather Station Co. Donegal
Marconi Wireless Telegraph Station, MALIN HEAD, Co. Donegal, January 1902
Weather Station of Malin Head in the Distance
Five Finger Strand Beach at Malin Head Co. Donegal
The rugged Coastline of Malin Head Co. Donegal
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