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Hi thanks for looking at my info.

My name is Richard, and live in Douglas, the capital town of the Isle of Man, in the middle of the Irish Sea at the centre of the British Isles, mid way between England and Ireland.

I was first licensed 14 Feb 1970.

I am mainly active on VHF dx modes looking for tropo, aurora, Es etc, primarily on 144mhz but also have equipment for 6m 4m and 70cm (and the HF bands).

I am doing some work on my mast and aerials and hope to have a more effective system soon.

The picture shows a 9el for 144mhz and 4ele for 70mhz with a 6/2/70cm collinear above

(and an owl to try and keep the birds off it ! )

More information on my website and blog

weather in Douglas

 

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