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QSL is okay via the bureau; however some ops like to QSL direct if they haven't worked Scotland before. I'm okay with that and I don't 'charge' for sending my QSL card. BUT I make a lot of dx contacts myself, and so I am always glad to receive US$ or IRCs (we can't buy IRCs in Britain but we can use them at the Post Office - crazy situation!). It's entirely up to you.

Extra note, Jan 2014. Spanish amateurs now have a temporary allocation in the region of 5MHz. If any colleagues in EA are reading this, I am QRV on the following split frequencies:

RX 5.2665 � TX 5.2760
RX 5.2935 � TX 5.2980
RX 5.3115 � TX 5.2980
RX 5.4285 � TX 5.4035
RX 5.4375 � TX 5.4035

Here is my web site and blog, courtesy of Worpdress.

Someone asked me why there was no personal picture here. I said, "Well, QRZ.com isn't a dating service!" Hi Hi. But anyhow, I'll give it a go. Here's one of me as GM4ULS/I3, overlooking the Grand Canal.

 

I operate on HF, from 60m to 10m, usually with a Yaesu FT847 and an MA5B mini beam 10m above ground for 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, and 10m and a doublet on 60m to 30m. Sometimes I use an old Yaesu FT101ZD on 40m - it's a lovely rig, manufactured in 1981. I'll go where the propagation is, but I love 10m. Here's what the shack looks like at the moment.

Top shelf: Realistic DX-394 receiver, a surprisingly good little rig which I have most recently used as a monitor to check the audio quality of my transceivers, but which I decided to leave sitting there; MFJ-993B 'Intellituner', in between my rigs and my doublet; Yaesu G-450C antenna rotation control; Ten-Tec Jupiter 538 HF transceiver; Yaesu SP-901 speaker. Desk level: Yaesu FT-101ZD; Yaesu FL-2100Z linear amplifier, still not working; Yaesu FC-902 antenna tuner, going to the MA5B antenna, usually straight through; Yaesu VX-6 handie (belonging to MM3YVQ); Yaesu VX-7R handie; PC for controlling GM6MEN-L iEcholink system; West Mountain Radio Rigblaster Pro, in use as Echolink interface. Below desk: Anytone AT5555-N 10m transceiver, made in China; Team ME4 citizen's band radio, although you can't really see it; Yaesu FT-1802 2m radio (for GM6MEN-L). On the pedestal: Yaesu FT-847 - it looks as though the AT5555 is sitting on top of it, but there is in fact space!

I can't compete with the kilowatt/monobander operators as things stand, but I sometimes manage to be in the right place at the right time to catch a bit of rare DX.

With the occasional minor "Yes, but" I support the DX Code of Conduct. I sometimes like to attempt a QSO in French. :)

Please no E-QSL, "wallpaper" only. Thank you.

Other call signs held GM6MEN, GM1GHZ, MM0MHZ.

My other hobby is my BMW R1200S motorbike. I never bothered to learn how to drive a car!

 

Go here to see photos of all my old bikes.

 

ATTENTION! WANTED FOR WEB SITE. pictures from 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 of "hard mods", also known as "totters" or "skinheads" (the original skinheads, NOT the later, racist type). Male or female, from the era of Tonik mohair, Harrington jackets, and so on. GM4ULS{at}googlemail.com - no spam, please.

ATTENTION! WANTED FOR WEB SITE. pictures and information regarding WW2 allied personnel working with Tito's Partisans in what was then Yugoslavia. GM4ULS{at}googlemail.com - no spam, please.

 

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