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Attention US hams, I need the following:

80m ID, MT, ND, UT, WA (to complete 5B WAS)

My 31st year since first licensed. First callsign G8HOA in 1984 which was a re-issue of my father's old call.

Professional Radio Officer. 25 year career in spectrum monitoring (VLF to COMSAT) for various government agencies,  currently working for the UK communications regulator.

Tend to spend my limited radio time working JT65A on HF which copes well with the very high noise level at this QTH. I have worked a lot of DX over the past 3~4 years using JT65, so a high noise floor does not prevent anyone getting on the bands and working DX. Try to use narrow band modes, like CW, PSK or the WSJT modes.

When I get chance I especially enjoy CW contesting, and RTTY or SSB, however don't get much time with a young family. Daughters aged 8 and 6 and a son aged 3.

Between 2000~2003 I lived in Cyprus where I was QRV as ZC4DW, 5B4AGW and 5B4/G0DEZ.

For periods between 1993~1997 you may have worked me as ZD8DEZ from Ascension Island down in the South Atlantic.

I'm the current Asian Record Holder for CQWW CW SOAB LP as ZC4DW (5.8 Million) set in 2001. Also hold the Asian Record in CQ WPX CW, Tribander/Single Element Low Power (ZC4DW)

Few awards: (All barefoot, mostly wires or verticals )

  • 5BWAC
  • 5BWAZ
  • WAZ CW, 20 CW, 40 CW
  • 8B-DXCC (80 ~ 10)
  • DXCC CW, PHONE
  • DXCC Challenge
  • WPX CW, DIGITAL
  • CQ DX FIELD CW, DIGITAL, MIXED
  • WAE (CLASSIC)
  • WAS 40m
  • WAS 30m JT65
  • WAS 20m CW
  • WAS 15m
  • WAS 10m

I'm happy to QSL via the bureau, direct or LoTW.

73, and thanks for taking the time to read.

G3WW, G0DEZ, M6W, GJ3WW, EI9JQ, 5B4AGW, ZC4DW, ZD8DEZ

Follow me on APRS: http://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=11&call=a%2FG0DEZ-9&timerange=3600&tail=3600

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