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Licensed Sept 1970

Merchant Marine Radio Officer 1971 - 78

Radio Officer at Portishead Radio / GKA 1978 - 1988

1988 - 1998 worked in radio communications research.

1998 medically retired after a severe nervous breakdown, still under medication and treatment, many out there know what this is like,  a few ignorant souls think such things just respond to making yourself feel better, I wish it were so,

Main operating interest HF CW, rag chewing, DXing, Contests, QRP... I welcome QSOs with new or improving CW ops and will always QRS to the level you require. I may be QRV with hand key, bug key, sideswiper, electronic key or keyboard. I like to keep the traditions of mechanical keys on the air as often as possible. I find a good ragchew much more rewarding than a new country in the log. 

QTH is located in a very smally village near the town of Tiverton in the county of Devon in Southwest England.   LOC  IO80EV   WAB SS81.    July 22nd 2014 : After a year here other stations have found Tiverton tough to copy in QRM n QSB to many stations so will now give QTH as Nr Exeter

Rig is Sommerkamp FT-277ZD normally run at about 80W but drop to 5W if around the QRP frequencies.

Antennas on 25 foot (8 Metre) pole, inverted vee dipoles for 40 and 80M and a home made Carolina type Windom,  other wire antennas put up for operation on Top Band also 60M if my rig will go there HI.

FOC 1774    FISTS  7727 SKCC r 3492 AGCW  3506

73/88 "Wishing you calm seas and a following breeze"

To all who read this, hope to work you soon, May your God bless you de Tony + Sally "Team ZRJ"

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