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Ham Member Lookups: 1990


Have been licensed since 2001 as 2E1IDT. On 20 July 2007 I went in for my advanced licence exam and got my new call sign M0GEJ less than three weeks later on 10 August.

Callsign Dates Comments
2E1IDT 2001 - Previous callsign (no longer active)
2J1IDT July 2007  
KE5WUL October 2008  
MU0GEJ July 2012 and July 2013 IOTA trip


I have recently started operating CW: something I really enjoy, but am not very good at yet. I have built myself a 30m Foxx3 which I hope to take out on the hills soon. I have also recently started out in digimodes.

In the shack I use an Elecraft K2 and Begali Simplex key. Antenna wise there are dipoles at about 10m on the 30, 40 and 80m bands. The 20 - 10m bands generally run off the Cobwebb.

I am a member of the Vulture Squadron Contest group (M0VSQ/G9V).

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