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This is my Tower, Butternut HF5B, (a 2 element 5 band beam,

but only a dipole on 17Mtrs) and above that a home made

12 Element ZL Special for 2 Metres.

The cross piece supports the inverted Vee dipole resonant on 40 Mtrs.

Sitting watching me is my 9 year old Border Terrier Zac.

Have a look at my YouTube Channel for videos of some of the contacts I have made.


For my eQSL info




Recent addition to the shack a Begali Sculpture Paddle.



A selection of keys I have made over the years.

This one is called The Golden Section Key and was designed by Dr. Jim Lycett, G0MSZ


A bencher Copy.


A copy of an N2DAN Mercury Paddle with magnetic loading.

Made entirely from photographs in QST Magazine.












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