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Hi I'm Tony, you have found me!

If you worked me it must be on CW....well 99.9% of the time.

Back in 1970 got my ships radio operator licence, PMG (or ticket as was known in those days) and served on many vessels till 1975. I have been working in electronics design of some sort ever since form 1 Watt to 500KW and VLF to almost day-light. Now employed by major UK Electronics Company as Assistant Chief Eng.

Ham stuff, licenced in 1991 as G0OPB and enjoy DX chasing with a bit of contesting.

However It's much better actually being the DX!

Active in Five star Dxpeditions (FSDXA) from the original conception with operations from

T32C,(www.t32c.com), 3B7C, 3B9C, TS7C, D68C and 9M0C(Spratly).

Dxpedition duties will include all Radio and EMC eng requirements, which can cause a few issues with many band/modes operating at the same time from a small location!

Other fun times include 9M6/9M2/5B4 and 3V with several G land IOTA's and event stations.

Member of The Chiltern DX Club(CDXC), FOC and RSGB.

Look forward to a longer chat, but not in a contest or Dxpedition mode hi.

73 Tony

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