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I'm based in the city of Chelmsford (45km from London) and my interest in amateur radio started at an early age.  During my early teens, there was lots of SWL'ing on HF+2m along with learning CW.  Originally intending to take the RAE in 1994, it wasn't until 2001 that I got my "ticket" after passing what was then known as the C&G RAE and the Morse test to get the old Class A (now known as the Advanced/Full) licence.

The main Shack radio is a Kenwood TS-590SG - Operating is mostly HF, typically CW+JT/PSK/RTTY from home with a bit of SSB.  I like to experiment with aerials and all those in use here are home-brew - Typically, I use an 80m "linear-loaded" doublet for 80m-30m and a fan-dipole for 20m through 10m.

If you're hearing me and I'm out /P - the equipment I'll be using is shown on below: FT-857D, LDG YT-100 auto-ATU with a 40m Inverted-V Doublet and either a 7Ah or 12Ah battery.  I also use home-brew Android application called tabLog which I use on a 9-inch tablet.


Chelmsford, Essex - 45km North East of London

Locator / WAB Square : Home QTH : JO01FS / TL60
If /P at Chignal St James : JO01ES / TL60 - 2 miles west of Chelmsford
If /P at Galleywood Common : JO01FQ / TL70 - 2 miles south of Chelmsford
Radios : Kenwood TS-590SG HF/6m
Yaesu FT-857D for /P and 2m/70cm in the Shack
FT-60 2m/70cm Handheld
TYT MD-380 DMR Handheld
Aerials : 160m-30m : 80m "linear-loaded" Doublet
20m-10m : Fan Dipole
40m+30m : 1/4wave Vertical. Ground-mounted, telescopic
6m : 3ele Yagi (seasonal - usually April-September)
6m/2m/70cm : Diamond V-2000

For /P:
40m Inverted-V Dipole - also have a pair of wires for 20m
2m Slim-Jim - made from 450-ohm ladder-line

QSL Policy : No Buro or Direct Paper Cards, please!
eQSL and/or LoTW is OK but I have neither the time (or space) for paper cards, sorry.

For more information, please visit my website which is http://www.m0pzt.com - You may also find me active on Twitter, so if you wish to follow me - I'm @M0PZT

Thanks for your interest...

Charlie M0PZT

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