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I've had a full licence since the early eighties, but was inactive for many years until recently.

I'm more interested in technical matters than nattering about the weather, and am generally only to be found on air while experimenting with or discussing hardware design, antennas, propagation or interesting modulation modes. Not interested in QSL cards, "rubber-stamp" contacts or contesting.

Current interests are biased towards HF and include receiver design, rapid-deployment portable/mobile systems, small antennas, NVIS, QRP, and data modes (particularly modes optimised for reliable links in poor conditions). Have a 5MHz NoV. Seem to have amassed an embarrassingly large stack of elderly commercial and military HF radios in addition to the inevitable Japanese black boxes (IC-7200 & FT817).

 

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