Now retired after a career working in the U.K. Electricity Supply Industry as a professional engineer and latterly as an engineering manager.
Operate mostly on CW with some SSB and Data modes. I am a member of FOC, HSC, VHSC, SHSC and the A1 Ops Club. Other radio interests are contesting and home construction. I have recently built the Pic-a-Star all-band 100W SSB/CW transceiver designed by G3XJP and the N2PK Vector Network Analyser (VNA), which is the most useful piece of test gear that I own.
QTH is the rural village of Bramham, located mid-way between Leeds and York. My WAB Area is SE44 in West Yorkshire.
5BWAZ, 9BDXCC and DXCC Honor Roll CW and Mixed (just need P5)
Previous callsigns: 9G5SW, C56SW, 5B/G3VMW and GD3VMW.
My Special Contest Callsign (SCC) is M2X which can be used in contests such as the RSGB IOTA or CQWW. Please QSL M2X via M0OXO.
DXpedition team member at XZ0A, D68C, 5V7A, 9G5VJ, P3F (CQWW CW Contests) and ET3AA (Sept 1998).
Equipment is a Yaesu FTdx5000D or Ten-Tec Orion and an Acom 2000A amplifier or 2 x 3-500Z home-made amplifier. For the Data modes, I use a Microham micro KEYER II USB interface with MMTTY or MMVARI from Logger 32.
Antennas are a 6-band MW0JZE Wideband G3TXQ Hexbeam for 20-6m on a 15m tower, 2 x 20m doublet with separate balanced tuners for 80m, 40m and 30m plus a 160m Inverted L.
Please QSL via the Bureau, LOTW or Direct with self-addressed envelope and either 1 current IRC or 2 US dollars to cover return postage.
PLEASE NOTE: I am NOT the QSL Manager for ET3AA. Please do not send me QSL cards for ET3AA QSOs, I am unable to assist.
All QSL cards for ET3AA should be sent to: P.O. Box 7392, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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