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I have held an amateur licence since 1970 and was issued with G4BVE in 1973. Over the years my interest has varied from VHF contests, repeater building and packet radio. Current activity is mainly 20 and 15 metres but I am active on all HF bands, 50MHz, 2 metres and 70cm. Modes are SSB, PSK31 and other new digital modes. Can't remember much Morse!!! I maintain contact with Scout groups and along with other local amateurs provide facilities for Jamboree on the Air every October. I am a registered Foundation/Intermediate licence intructor and currently, again with the help of other local amateurs, have a near 100% pass rate. I moved to the current QTH in May 2002 and for the first time in my amateur radio career have been able to erect a tower and a rotatable HF antennas.

73 John GW4BVE

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