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Licensed as OZ3CF1960 - - too busy to be a ham after 1964 - - M.Sc. Electronics Engineering 1968 - - took up hamming again in 1997 when living in the UK; I enjoy DXing, am a member of CDXCand chase IOTA.Unfortunately for hamming I live in London where stealth is 'de rigueur'. Until May 2013 I could just squeeze in a 2*10m inverted V hung from the chimney - but then we moved and I am still looking for a stealth solution at the new address. At any rate, high power is equal to a neighbour-war. 100 W from an IC756PRO will be the limit.

I like good old fashioned paper QSL and will always respond to a QSL card received.

I operated as :

OZ3CF 1960-1964 and intermittently since 1997

PA1CF (often from EU146) 1998-2002

5P1ER (Denmark) 1999-2000

and still respond to QSL requests for all.

Presently I am active from HMS Belfast as GB2RN, usually Fridays.

I support the DX-Code of Conduct, See: www.dx-code.org - and so should you!!! even then, as OZ3CF 1961

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RNARS London (HMS Belfast) Group: #666 - usually GB2RN (QSL via G0TOC direct or bureau)

Now sharing Radio with oil painting - e.g. the West Coast Ketch Bessie Ellen (1904) chasing the Danish Cutter Jensine (1852) - painted 2010



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