Hello thereI have several radios (ft-857d 1/2 size g5 rv and a ldg at-200pro antenna tuner and a sharmas x510nvertical for 2 m and 70cm) and now g0ksc innov 8 element lfa 2m yagi and a 70cm 17 element dk7zb long yagi (4m long ) one 3 ele 6m sandpiper yagi on the photos which was replaced with moonrakr 5 element 6m yagi on 14 th april 2015+IC-7410 with 1/2sze g5rv and a hf9v by butternut.
I have recently also change my coax for the from rg213 to ecoflex 15 to reduce the feed line losses to the antennas even more the co-linear is ecoflex10 .I have also got shf electoniks mvv144-vox mvv mvv432-vox mast head preamp currently on the 2m and 70cm yagis in the shack as I only have 12m ecoflex 15 on each yagi. My new rotatar is a spid rau with usb interface
You will see me working actively on the 144mhz and 432 mhz and 50Mhz ukac just using the yagis.
WAB SQUARE = SD51
My other interests include computers and being IT Eng as its my job.i have a pet rabbit and i also like motorbikes
I also hold m6oto and 2e0usr, other callsigns held as wel,l include the Queens Jubilee MQ0NST and the Olympic special event callsign MO0NST ( these were during 2012 )
I am a CURRENT MEMBER OF CHORLEY AND DISTRICT AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY ( www.cadars.org)
For my logbook when i am not mobile i tend to use Ham Radio Delux and for contesting before I import to ham radio delux i use the Minos contest logger and the logbook can be viewed also on www.hrdlog.net, this is setup to automatically send an Eqsl card
IF YOU WANT A QSL I WILL SEND VIA BUREAU TO YOU SUBJECT TO SENDING ONE TO ME, But I mainly send via eqsl as i enter into log via hrd as ,mentioned above.
You can check my log below to see if i have worked you.
(scammers out there nothing for sale here unless mentioned on here)
selling my beloved ts530s
THANKS FOR LOOKING
my beams picture(aug2008 above very ol latest is below ) with my watson w300 colinear which was moved and changed to an x510nand my 1/2 size g5rv
below is the picture of my poles redone due to wind problems inDecemeber 2013
I hoping in he future to fit a larger 6m antenna and posibly a cobweb at some later stage onto themast at some later stage as well, but may to fit apole with a bearing on the side of it to protect the spid rau rotator. So afr the new mast has survied 80+mph winds very impressed as it was home made.
as of the 14th april 2015 the 3 ele was replaced witha 5 element 6m beam (bottom yagi in above picture)
my butternut hf9v at the bttom of the garden with my new shed
the butternut hf9v and the ugly balun (its actually unun 1:1 choke)
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