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Hello and thank you for looking up the station of G0UWK.

I was first licensed in 1986 holding the class B callsign of G1WEM at the age of 15, later acquiring the full class A callsign of G0UWK from 1994 to present day.

I’m located at the northern end of the city Stoke-on-Trent, an area which is known as the Potteries.

Google Wedgwood and Royal Doulton to find out why we made the best and now most collectable fine bone china in the world.

Main interest is in weak signal work on the VHF/UHF bands 70, 144 & 432mhz, -modes used CW,SSB,WSJT (FSK441a) for meteor scatter and very occasionally when conditions allow JT65b or CW for EME.


10m Station, Icom IC-7600, 5 element Hy-Gain Long John 28mhz yagi, Acom 1000 PA.

4m Station, OZ homebrew transverter, Eagle 7element Yagi, homebrew Gemini mosfet PA (MRF141G).

2m Station , IC-7600 driving DB6NT TR144-H transverter, 12 element 4WL Yagi, homebrew Freescale LDMOS PA.

70cm Station, Icom IC-756 ProII driving SSB Electronics LT70s, 26 element 10WL homebrew yagi, modified Nokia LDMOS PA, MGF1308 LNA.

Portable, H.F. Elecraft KX3, Hardrock HR50 PA and various lash up wires.



Homebrew projects are a great passion of mine, some of my VHF/UHF gear is home made with the grateful help occasionally from a good friend (G4CBW) to get things tuned and on air.

Amateur photography is another pastime- I’m not particularly good at it but it gives my family something to chuckle at!, hence the black and white photo’s you see here on qrz.com, Canon 7D is my choice of DSLR.


For confirmation of our qso please qsl direct to the address shown above, please remember to include your return postal address on an envelope- also please note: sadly stamps from your country can not be used to send my qsl card back to you. USD welcome, however even if you just send your card only I will still reply to you direct.

I participate in the ARRL LoTW program and upload my logbook regularly.

If we have not worked yet I look forward to our qso.


Eqsl= No Thanks


Thank you for looking up the station of G0UWK / G1WEM.


Hope to work you on 70cm the quiet bandyes


73 from Staffordshire England.



















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