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QSL: M0TNG @ RSGB QSL BUREAU

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QRV on ATV mostly via my local 13cm & 3cm repeater, GB3BH.Can be seen via live internet streaming.

Been active with 50Mhz - 23cm since 1992. Primary SSB DX. Originally licensed as G7LXP (still hold the call).

Photo is of dual 6m/4m Innovantenna beam underneath 9 ele LFA Innovantenna beam on 3 section 36ft Altron mast.

2nd Mast (yet to be installed) Scam 12 pump up

Innovantennas @ 30ft

 

Radios

  • Kenwood TS-2000x HF, 6m, 2m, 70cm.

  • 4m (70Mhz) with a ME4T-pro transverter

  • BNOS LPM70-10-100.

  • Tokyo HL-1.2Kfx HF amplifier

  • Yaesu FT-847 for satellite operation. (video receiving AO-73 beacon)

  • Yaesu FT-8900 for local VHF/UHF "rag chewing".

  • Second Yaesu FT-8900 for mobile use.

  • Icom IC-R7100 communications receiver for air band and other freq's

  • PM SDR (HF to UHF)

Antennas

 

Member of Worked All Britain (WAB). Good daytime net on 7.160 MHz (Book number 20226)
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With the increased amount of LEO satellites I have renewed my Amsat-UK membership and installed a 2m & 70cm earth station on my roof (thanks to G7LRQ) and connected up the TS2000, so will be annoying a number of you on the satellites again, just like in the 1990's on RS12/13 & 15. Will QSL via bureau. I also use E-QSL. Feel free to email to confirm. Recently overhauled G-5500 rotator and new satellite antenna system installed (see top photo) in November 2012 (thanks to Anthony G7LRQ for the roof work and other help).

Finally I want to acknowledge a fellow ham, my old boss and someone who I consider to be one of my best friends, Dave Mann, G8ADM. Dave mentored me and several of my friends to get me onto the ham bands. He has always been positive towards anyone who shows interest in Ham radio and is as keen now as he was in the 60's. Thanks Dave.

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