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Hi, thanks for visiting my page.

My first introduction to amateur radio was in 1956 as a S.W.L. during the International Geophysical year.This was the year of the peak of cycle 19, with many sunspots and spectacular aurorae over Southern England. I started transmitting firstwith an aeronautical VHF licence, and with the introduction of C.B. to the UK in 1981, I soon progressed through evening school to gain my VHF amateur licence and the call G6ZRB. In 1984 I passed the Morse examination and was awardeda full licence and call G4ZCS.

My main interest is currently low power DX and home brewed antenna using my Elecraft K3. I am working for IOTA awards, and have the IOTA 300, the Europe and the British Isles certificates. I have been awarded the Scottish Islands "Scotia Award". I am active on PSK 31, I am a member of the PODXS 070 club #266, and the EPC #892. I have worked many Italian Castles and hold the DCI award #285. I regulary work portable from Lighthouse 'Watchet Harbour' ref' ENG- 174, (admiralty no's A5584 & A5584B) and I am a member of the British Amateur radio lighthouseSociety # 235. Having been on the air for over 25 years I am a member of the Radio Amateur Old Timer's Association #2290. I recently joined the CDXC to support its aims.You might also hear me mobile on 70.450 MHz, please give me a call.

I am a registered assessor and tutor for the UK Amateur license examinations, and regulary contribute to Magazines and news letters on technical subjects. Finally, I present illustrated lectures on radio subjects to my local clubs in the Sussex area.

I have recently been experimenting with NVIS antennas on the UK 5 MHz frequencies.The published report gained me the RSGB "BennettPrize" at the centenery AGM in London in 2013.

Please QSL direct or via bureau.

Many thanks,

73 Chris.

G4ZCS;

Op' G5RV, G3ZMS, G1ZMS,

G100RSGB, GB50BR, GB0HHT, GB0JAJ, GB4SWM.

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