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Took my original "B" License in 1982 at  Brunel college in Bristol, then continued to study for the "A" licence and get to the required morse speed of 12 wpm; It was a lot easier to remember when you are younger!

Joined the TSGARC  in Nov 2012, a frendly bunch who put up with continuous antenna projects from me.

TSGARC Club Callsign GX4ABC  (http://tsgarc.uk/)  Joined FISTS in January 2015  (https://fists.co.uk/)

I enjoy calculating the lengths and putting together various antenna designs and generally experimenting.

Latest Hf Antenna QRP 40m linear loaded dipole 9.6m in Length made from ribbon cable

Latest VHF - 5 element Yagi with RCA rotator used for the FISTS events on 2m


Photograph :- M0hfh Glassblowing at Bristol University



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