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I have held an amateur licence since 1970 and was issued with G4BVE in 1973.   I am equipped at home for  all HF bands (3.5MHz to 28MHz), 50MHz, 70MHz, 144MHz. Modes are SSB, PSK31, RTTY and other new digital modes. Can't remember much Morse!!!  I moved to the current QTH in Wales in May 2002 and for the first time in my amateur radio career was able to erect a tower and a rotatable HF antennas.  My callsign for this QTH is GW4BVE.   I also hold the call GW8DHT, which was issued in 1970.

Current equipment:

HF and 50MHz:  Apache Anan 100 SDR transceiver, SPE Expert linear, Optibeam OB9-5, dipoles for 3.5MHz and 7MHz and G0KSC design homebrew dualband (50/70MHz) yagi

70MHz: TS590S, ME4T transverter, G0KSC design homebrew dualband (50/70MHz) yagi

144MHz: IC-910. 9 element yagi.

432MHz: IC910. 9 element yagi (/P only)

1.3GHz: IC910. 23 element yagi (/P only)

Recently most of my activity has been operating in RSGB contests for the Travelling Wave Contest Group (TWCG). http://www.twcg.org.uk/

73 John GW4BVE

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