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Other call signs. EA2ECG

QTH- G11 SDR QRP,   G7FEK antenna



FISTS 16297, G-QRP 14423, QRP ARCI 15210, SKCC 11319

EPC 20885 EU Area UK.WM.BI, NAQCC 6676, FP 3262, HPC 606

QTH: Harborne, Birmingham - 165m A.S.L.

I got my first license in 1997 as EB2GOQ. After a few years of inactivity I renewed it as EA2ECG in March 2012. Shortly afterwards I obtained my GB license as M0HDF.

My shack:


Kenwood TH-22E 2m, Baofeng UV-3R mk2 2m/70cm

Diamond RH-771 antenna, Sotabeams MFD

2m portable @ local Clent Hills... (using my 1997 official logbook...)


CW QRP Portable














MTR v2 30-20-17m - 5Watts

HB-1B cw qrp transceiver 3-4 Watts on Li-Ion battery pack

Sotabeams mountain tuner + EFHW multiband 40/20, 30, 17m & monoband for 20m.

Elecraft T1 auto tuner

44' doublet antenna, 28' open wire feedline

42' random wire antenna + 42´counterpoise

emergency GP 20m

Palm mini paddle + picokeyer plus



Genesisradio G11 SDR QRP 40-15m - http://www.genesisradio.com.au/

EMU 0204

G-Whip End Fed 1/2 wave 20m & 15m monoband antennas http://www.gwhip.co.uk/

other antennas:

- 80cm diameter homebrew magnetic loop (indoor in a ground floor bay window facing NE-E @ 60deg)


Logger DXLABS http://www.dxlabsuite.com/

Local repeaters:

GB3BM (2m analog, IRLP node 5702 )

GB3CB (70cm analog)



Learning CW 2using Koch method http://www.themorsecrusade.g5fz.co.uk/

started 15-Aug-2013


Interests: QRP, CW, Digital modes, SDR, Summits on the Air (SOTA), Linux, Mountaneering

My favourite QRP reflector http://mailman.qth.net/mailman/listinfo/qrp-l/

Mostly active in HF in CW & digital modes: WSPR, JT9, JT65, PSK and RTTY

WSPR on 15-16 Jul - 5Watts on G-whip set up as inverted L in my garden.


JT9, JT65 - RXing with Magnetic Loop indoor- ground level East facing - 20m band - 24h (10-11 Aug)


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