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I am GQRP Club member 13979 and FISTS member 16579. Locator squares:
G4AON - IO93PS,  G4AON/P - IO93QV, EA5/G4AON - IM98PA

Web site: www.qsl.net/g4aon/

Active on most HF bands and 6 metres using either a dipole or vertical from my home QTH.

My current favourite operating mode is CW on 80 and 40 metres and can often be found on the FISTS frequencies of 3.558 or 7.028. My main radio equipment is a home built synthesised transmitter with a home made 10 band receiver, both designs are featured on my web site.

I am also QRV from Torrevieja as EA5/G4AON running CW from a 10 Watt K2 and 30m/20m/15m/10m home made ground plane.

I often operate portable from the Yorkshire Wolds on 6m during the summer months. The setup is usually a TS-480SAT and a home made quad on a 25 foot mast, using either a 2 element or 4 element quad. Building instructions for the quad antennas are available on my web site.

 

 

 

 

The image above left is the ground plane at EA5/G4AON, there are 2 radials per band which are not visible in the image (and not to be confused with the clothes drying line). The image on the right is at my home QTH. Details of multi-band, easy to make, verticals on my web site.

Above portable with the 4 element quad on 6m.

73 Dave

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