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Operating position at GM4KGK - September 2012

QSL policy (see below)

First licensed as G4KGK in 1980. GM4KGK from 18 Sep 2002.

Main interests are: CW (99%) and some Digital Modes (usually PSK31)

Station located about 10km East of the town of Stornoway on the Island of Lewis (IOTA = EU-010).

HF Equipment: Elecraft K3, KPA500 amplifier, KAT500 ATU and P3 Panadaptor. Standby rig is a 'Golden Oldie' TS830S. (picture above needs updating).

Antenna: Butternut HF9-V ground mounted vertical for 10-80m (80 radials). 42m Random Wire for 60m and 160m.

More details of activities and equipment can be found at: http://www.gm4kgk.co.uk/radio.htm

Retired in 2002 after 42 years working as a Radar Engineer and Operations Manager with the UK Meteorological Service.

QSL Policy

I do not collect QSL cards, if I need your card I will contact you direct with appropriate postage.

My logs are uploaded to LogBook of the World (LOTW) and eQSL.cc at the end of each month and I am happy send cards direct if requested. Please enclose $1 for Europe ($2 outside Europe) or one IRC with self addressed envelope. If you send a card via the Bureau you will get one in return but please ask yourself if you really need another card from GM if you already have it confirmed.

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