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Hi,

Thanks for looking at my page.

I'm a retired Food Industry Quality and Food Safety Manager living in the small village of Thwaite in the heart of the English countryside, approximately 120 Km NNE of London.

I obtained my Amateur Radio license (G3XAP) in November 1967 after many years as a Short Wave Listener.

My early Amateur Radio years were spent on 160 metres where I obtained WAC with a genuine 9 watts. The antenna was an Inverted L with a large number of radials. I still operate on 160 but DX is difficult nowadays due to my restricted space for antennas and the high noise level from nearby power lines.

I am active on all bands from 1.8MHz to 430MHz (including 5MHz).

Rigs are a Yaesu FT-2000D for the HF bands, an Icom IC-910 for 2 metres, a Yaesu FT-847 for satellite work and a Yaesu VX-8 hand held. I also have 3 vintage rigs - a KW2000E transceiver, a Yaesu FT901DM transceiver and an Eddystone EA12 amateur bands receiver.

My operation is CW, PSK 31, FELD HELL, RTTY, SSTV, JT65-HF, JT9 and SSB. I also operate through the satellites.

Antennas are an inverted L (tuned at its base with an SG-230 automatic tuner), a 10 element Yagi for 2 metres and a 9 element Yagi for 70 cms.

QSL via the Bureau, eQSL or direct. All QSLs received are answered and reports from listeners are always welcome.

73 Phil 

EPC # 6326: 30MDG #2174: FH #2729: AMSAT UK #6946

WAB Area: TM 16 Books 301, 1029 & 18722

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