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I was first licensed in 1979 at the age of 18, now it seems a long time ago.

I cut my teeth on VHF DX and HF RTTY contesting and whilst I enjoy other activities still do a lot of RTTY.

I have a very short garden so its a challenge to put up a respectable antenna on on HF. Please bear that in mind if you hear me calling. I use a doublet for 40, 20 a 1/2 wave vertical for 10 and an inverted L for other bands

My main mode of operation is RTTY on all the HF bands with an FTDX-5000D, IBM PC with Microham Micro keyer II interface running MMTTY and MMVARI under N1MM Logger which I can recommend to anyone involved in RTTY & contesting.

I have a modest VHF set up but I'm active on 4, 6 & 2M

I will always QSL 100% for all contacts through LOTW (HF and VHF QSO's)

Due to costs and admin time I am no longer accepting paper QSL's.

I have a huge pile of cards which I will slowly work through in the next six months!

VY 73 de Rex - G8UBJ


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