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First licenced in 1981 and have operated as GM4MKR for a period of 4 years. Also had a short period (just 5 days) as VQ9BY and VP8BFN.

I mostly operate on cw and sometimes on SSB. Can be found on 6 mtr band during the early summer months.

I enjoy cw contests, but never expect to achieve a high score. Having said that, I do have some pretty bits of paper saying I did quite well in various contests!

On most Thursdays I volunteer to operate the RSGB's demonstration station GB3RS located at The National Radio Centre which is at Bletchley Park, the National Codes Centre.

Hardware (software?) at my station consists of a Flex 5000a SDR and some nice black boxes made by Yaesu, various keys, and antennas, all home-brew (2014) are;

12m vert for 80/40m
Half wave inverted L for 40M
Random wire with autotuner

wideband active magloop antenna










Wideband Active Small Magnetic Loop (RX) using the LZ1AQ wideband amp (see his website for details)

3 ele LFA yagi for 6M

Super Moxon / 5 ele LFA yagi for 2M portable

5 Band Hex Beam5 Band Hex BeamMagpad


RNARS - 1576
FISTS - 14887
UKSMG - 2708

RSGBRoyal Naval Amateur Radio SocietyUK 50MHz Six Meter GroupFISTS Morse Preservation Society


DXCC - CW, 40M, 15M, 10M




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