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GM4YXI operates in major contests as GM5X


9M2/GM4YXI (1998-2011 and counting) from AS-098, AS-072, AS-074, AS-073, AS-046

ZK2X (Oct/Nov 2011)

VK9CZ (Mar/Apr 2013)

A35X (Apr 2014)

UK Contesting also as GM7V (single op) and GM7V, GZ7V, GM4DMZ, GM6V, GM8V, GB2HQ, GO2HQ, GR2HQ, GB2AL(multi op)

After nearly 10 years as an avid SWL, I was first licensed in 1981 as GM8YJU, then GM4YXI in 1984.

From 1981-1996 my main focus was on 144MHz DX weak signal and contest operating including HSCW MS and EME, but I started multi-op HF contesting in 1982 with the group which eventually became the GM7V team.

In 1996 I moved to my current QTH. My VHF interest faded, mostly driven by the shift to WSJT and other such stuff. I also now had the space to develop some HF antennas.

I am honoured to have Steve, N3SL and his daughter, Kimberly, as my QSL managers. They have all my HF logs for home operation, contests and DXpeditions. My logs are available on-line at Steve's home page: see http://www.qsl.net/n3sl

73 Keith GM4YXI

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