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PLEASE NOTE: I DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING FOR SALE.

SOME NIGERIAN PITA HAS LIFTED MY DETAILS AND IS USING THEM TO RUN A SCAM RIPPING OTHER AMATEURS OFF BY ANSWERING WANTED ADVERTS AND THEN ASKING PAYMENTS TO BE MADE TO WESTERN UNION. HE WILL THEN TAKE YOUR MONEY AND PRODUCE NOTHING. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME.

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Welcome to the page of

M0NKR

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Hello all

Thanks for taking the time to look me up on qrz.com. please look me up on facebook also at

http://www.facebook.com/andy.mzeronkr

My radio hobby started many years back with cb radio and scanners. I've always had a passion for radio, right from a early age.

My other hobbies and interests include various types of shooting, Clay, game and rifle, i also have a couple of dogs that i use for game shooting. I also deer stalk.

I also have a interest in Land rovers and off roading, i currently own a Land rover Defender 90 td5.

I work for the UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, as a communication technician, British civilian. where im involved with Motorola radios and work on roip systems.

Im a active member of my local radio club, where im a member of the clubs contest group and Committee.

please check the link out:

http://www.norfolkamateurradio.org

 

Im interested in contesting

I have taken part in the RSGB 80m club contest working all modes SSB, Data and CW, where my club has come 1st in 2012, 2013 and 2nd in 2014.

I also take part in the RSGB AFS contest on CW and SSB, i do this either from home or sometimes i work portable from my vehicle.

I also take part in the RSGB SSB Field day, as an operator for my club.

 

I'm also involved with the East Anglian Contest Club, which uses the call sign G4ANT

some contests ive taken part in are:

UKsmg 6m summer E's contest 2010, 2012,2013 AND 2014 using G4ANT

SSB CQWW 2011 AND 2013 USING G4ANT

CQ WW WPX SSB 2014 - Multi one High power - using G4ANT placed 3rd in England.

 

Operated with the G2F contest team for CQ WW SSB 2014, where we entered Multi two all band.

 

Contests from home

CQ WPX RTTY 2013 AB LP --- Placed 9th in UK

CQ WPX RTTY 2014 --- 80M single band entry, low power --- Placed #1 in England, #8 in Europe and 10th in the World.

CQ WW RTTY 2014 --- 80M single band entry, low power

 

DXpedition/Holiday operations

SV8/M0NKR/P from the 6th--12th July 2014 ISLAND OF KEFALONIA, GREECE EU-052

 

 

Working Conditions

I have recently just moved QTH 1 April 2015, and i am lucky enought to have a plot of just over 1/2 an acre. The antenna farm is a work in progress!!!!

I now have the ground to allows me to have a tower and a beam antenna, previous to this I was using wire antennas that were home brew and worked well.

so the conditions are:

Icom 756 pro3

Icom SM-20 desk mic

Heil headset with the #6 insert

Kenwood TL-922 amp

Yaesu G-1000SDX rotator and yaesu 050 thrust bearing

60ft Versatower with 20ft stub mast which currently has a Force12 XR6 multi band beam, which covers 6m-20m. Tower can be raiseed and luffed over by the electric winches that are installed, it saves a lot of hard work hand cranking smiley

 

everything is temporary setup in the corner of the spare bedroom until the new ham shack is built.

 

 

Pictures taken 04/04/15

 

Mobile station

Kenwood TS480SAT in my Land Rover 90. Running mono-band antennas for all bands. coax is 213, running 100 watts.

 

 
 

playing with antennas at work January 2013

 

I plan to move qth in the future which has a fairly large garden, where i plan to have a large antenna farm (well bigger than i have now), i plan on having 1 x 60 foot towers, which will allow me to have a couple of hf beam and also a beam for 6m., and maybe a couple of smaller tenna masts for antenna supports for the 80m and 160m dipoles, along with maybe verticles for 40 and 80m.

Please qsl via the Bureau/Direct/ESQL or LOTW.

73 and good DX

Andy M0NKR

 

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