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 I live in the village of Inverallochy which is located about 3Km East of Fraserburgh, and 15Km North West of Peterhead on the North East coast of Aberdeenshire , Scotland. My house is located just 50 Metres from the North Sea with nothing between me and the North pole. It is an excellent site in all directions except South, as the ground rises in that direction. I run most VHF-UHF bands from 6 Metres to 3 Centimetres, with the exception of 5.7GHz. I normally operate portable on the higher microwave bands, but still in IO97.

Home antenna's are mounted on a pneumatic tower to a maximum height of 15 metres depending on how windy it is. We have had wind up to 130 Knots (about 200KPH) in the past !.

Presently have 4X11 element yagis for EME on 144MHz. For summer months these are replaced by 50 and 70MHz antennas, both bands with UK maximum power.

Please note I only QSL for EME QSO's, I do not QSL for meteorscatter or tropo QSO's now. I will only QSL for direct cards as the QSL Buro does not now work for me. Any cards going to the Buro will not be delivered to me and probably will be put in the QSL managers bin.



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