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Now with an NOV for 60m! Currently using my FT1000MP and Inverted-Vee dipole for this band.

Getting back into CW, mostly with either a Kent twin paddle or an Eddystone single paddle key with the occasional use of a straight key.

Sometimes operate in data modes, psk31, olivia, rtty, mfsk.

Main rig is FT1000MP and use homebrew transverter for 4m. Second rig is IC-7000, used portable and for local 2m chats.
Aerials currently are inverted L's for 80m and 40m. GP for 17m . A 4 ele LFA Yagi for 4m and dipole for 6m, plus various experimental antennas that I try from time to time.

 

Located in the village of Brough (pronounced locally as brock) which has a population of about 60 people. Brough is located on Dunnet Head which is the most northern point on the Scottish mainland. Minimal radio noise in this QTH (apart from me that is!).

A member of the Caithness Amateur Radio Society.

 

Inverted-L's for 80 and 40m

 

 

 

 

 

 

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