Thank you for looking up my Page. My main operating mode is CW, but I am also interested in DStar and manage a simplex hotspot MB6LY that will allow other DStar operators to link into the Internet. I enjoy SSB, FM, and RTTY, but my most often used mode is CW (QRP and QRO).
THE BEGINNING, A SWL !
I was first licensed in April 1977 after many years as a SWL. Around that time, I was encouraged by two fellow Hams (David Gi3KVD and Dominic Gi4DQO now sadly a SK) to practice, and practice and pass the Morse code test. Not being satisfied with that mile stone they insisted that I keep operating in Morse, a practice I have continued to date. I am a member of the RSGB and the ARRL I also enjoy QRP operations and became a member of GQRP, FISTS the Morse code preservation society and NAQCC who have accepted me as a Life member.
QSL card are via Direct, eQSL (AG), LOTW, and the RSGB BUREAU: IOTA - EU-115 --- WAB C62--- IO65MA IOTA EU-115, ITU Zone 27 and CQ Zone 14.
QSL direct: answer all incoming QSL (no green stamps or IRC request, SAE is not required but appreciated).
Membership: ARRL, RSGB, FISTS # 15994, GQRP # 14050 and NAQCC # 6473, R-CW-C # 927.
!!! CW Forever !!!
Station:- Icom IC-7600, Elecraft K3 and K2 for QRP.
Interface:- SignaLink USB.
Antennas:- OptiBeam OPT 10-5, Ground Plane for 80/40M and an Alpha Delta dipole for10-160 m.
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