If you Hear me or we have a QSO please spot me on the cluster as this helps greatly while I am mobile.
April 2014 testing out my new Wolf river coil silver bullet 1000 with the MFJ 1979 telescopic 16.5ft whip.
The pictures shows the coil set for 80m at sunset.
Purchased these to increase my band slot totals on 40 and 80m hopefully they will do the job for me.
Follow this link to their homepage.
Activation of world flora and fauna area GFF-195 Benacre Broad
03.45 utc June 2014 my favourite time of the day for mobile DX with a great take off over the pole and also short path for the far East and Asia
In the mobile I am using an Kenwood TS480HX (200w max) , Mydel headset and an Outbacker Outreach 500 antenna.While static I am experimenting with a full size 1/4 wave on all bands between 6 - 20m using a 17ft MFJ 1979 telescopic whip.
So far I have worked 289 DXCC from my car
I have also worked the following deleted entities
PJ2 Curacao Bonaire
PJ7 Sint Maarten
VP8S/EA1CYK/P on South Shetland, but not sure if this one would count
Below are my last 10 QSO's while mobile
My latest 10 new DXCC
Annobon Island 3C0BYP on 10m
Palau T88IK on 17m
New Caledonia FK8IK on 12m
Austral Islands TX6G on 10m
Christmas Island VK9EX on 20m
West Kiribati T30D on 17 and 20m
Nepal 9N1AA on 12m
Lord Howe Island VK9DLX on 17 and 20m
Timor Leste 4W/K7CO on 12 and 15m
Tromelin Island FT4TA on 10,12 and 15m
Please QSL direct or via the bureau.
Your QSL is much appreciated for my DXCC and other awards
Short wave listener reports also welcome
Please include a self addressed envelope and 2 us dollars and a SASE if you would like a direct reply.
UK stations just a SAE thank you.
World flora and fauna Activator
Please note: Special QSL's are NOT printed for the following WFF Program activations but you are welcome to one of my normal QSL's if you would like one.
WFF Activity 2010
31st July active from Strumpshaw fen GFF-166 RSPB reserve making 228 QSO's WAB square TG31
13 / 14th of November I was active from Foxley Wood GFF-159 and made 350 QSO's WAB square TG02
21st of November active from Buckenham Marshes GFF-218 with 200 QSO's WAB square TG30
21st of November also active from Surlingham Church Marsh GFF-229 and 244 QSO's WAB square TG30
12th December active from Titchwell Marsh GFF -168 and 283 QSO'sWAB squareTF74
28th December active from Bure Marshes GFF - 155 with 279 QSO's made WAB square TG31
31st December active from Winterton dunes GFF- 170 with 306 QSO's made WAB square TG48
WFF Activity 2011
8th January from Redgrave and Lopham fen GFF-162 with 257 QSO's, the WAB square TM05
15th January, active from Roydon common GFF- 163 with 130 QSO's the WAB square was TF62
15th January active from SnettishamGFF- 165 with 201 QSO's and the WAB square was TF63
16th January active from Brettenham heath, GFF- 153 with 202 QSO's and the WAB square was TL92
30th January active fromThe Broads GFF-019 national park with 215 QSO'sWAB square TG42
30th January also from Ant broads and marshes GFF-152 with 285 QSO's and the WAB square was TG32
12th Febuary active from Dersingham Bog GFF-158 with 186 QSO's and the WAB square was TF62
20th March active from Holkham GFF-161 making 338 QSO's and the WAB Square was TF83
16th April active from Minsmere RSPB nature reserve GFF-200241 QSO's and the WAB square was TM47.
14th of May from Walberswick nature reserve GFF-203 141 QSO's and the WAB square was TM48
7th August Belshaws Quarry GIFF-007 233 QSO's and the WAB square was J22
11th August Glenariff GIFF-020 283 QSO's and the WAB was D21
19th August from Glen Nant GMFF-029 163 QSO's and the WAB was ND00
28th August from Weeting heath GFF-169 186 QSO's and the WAB was TL75
10th September from Westleton heath GFF - 204 113 QSO's and the WAB was TM44
18th December from Roydon common GFF-163 126 QSO's and the WAB was TF68
WFF Activity 2012
21st April from Benacre broad GFF-195 157 QSOs and the WAB was TM50
WFF Activity 2014
29th November from Suffolk coast and heaths AONB GFF-272 250 QSO's and the WAB was TM57
28th December from Chobham Common GFF-296 298 QSO's and the WAB was SU96
Ganavan Sands beach North west Scotland sunset 300m from our holiday home August 2011
I adhere to the following and ask all others to do so as well.
DX Code of Conduct:
I will listen, and listen, and then listen again before calling.
I will only call if I can copy the DX station properly.
I will not trust the DX cluster and will be sure of the DX station's call sign before calling.
I will not interfere with the DX station nor anyone calling and will never tune up on the DX frequency or in the QSX slot.
I will wait for the DX station to end a contact before I call.
I will always send my full call sign.
I will call and then listen for a reasonable interval. I will not call continuously.
I will not transmit when the DX operator calls another call sign, not mine.
I will not transmit when the DX operator queries a call sign not like mine.
I will not transmit when the DX station requests geographic areas other than mine.
When the DX operator calls me, I will not repeat my call sign unless I think he has copied it incorrectly.
I will be thankful if and when I do make a contact.
I will respect my fellow hams and conduct myself so as to earn their respect.
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