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A QSO with me counts for the following:

CASHOTA Refs: G-536, G-542, G-546, G-2969 & G-5009.

World Rivers Award Ref: GR-001.

Worked All Britain: SD95.

I am in the activation zone for all References listed above.

Further details are below.


Ethics & Operating Practices





Gargrave from the Pennine Way National trail, looking NE, with SOTA summit G/NP-029 (Sharphaw) in the background.


Latest News:

I will be active using the callsign MX0YHA (Youth Hostels Amateur Radio Group) until the 21st of December 2014.

CASHOTA Christmas QSO Party: 20th December 2014 - 4th January 2015. I will be active during this period with 5 CASHOTA References. A new CASHOTA Ref # G-539 Gargrave Roman Villa, will be activated from the 1st of January.


I can activate at anytime, CASHOTA ref # G-536 Paget Hall in Gargrave. A QSO with me counts as I live within the activation zone of the site.

Paget Hall


I can activate at anytime, CASHOTA ref # G-546 Mesolithic flint scatters (site of) in Gargrave. A QSO with me counts as I live within the activation zone of the site.

Mesolithic Gargrave (Page 30)

Mesolithic Flint factsheet


I can activate at anytime, CASHOTA ref # G-5009. A QSO with me counts, as I live within the activation zone of the site.

Eshton Hall, home of Sir Matthew Amcotts Wilson, 3rd Baronet, 1853-1914.

The building is of architectural interest (click on image for details)

OUT OF OBLIVION: A landscape through time


The Cold-War in Gargrave

I can activate at anytime, CASHOTA ref # G-2969 Gargrave ROC Bunker. A QSO with me counts, as I live within the activation zone of the site.


I can activate at anytime, CASHOTA ref # G-542 Stirton with Thorlby Toll-House. A QSO with me counts, as I live within the activation zone of the site.

The building is of architectural interest (click on image for details)


World Rivers Award. A QSO with me counts for GR-001, River Aire. The river is at the end of my garden. (photo's below).


I was active from the 27th of September to the 5th of October in support of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as part of the International Air Ambulance Week 2014. I am registered as station # A010 for those of you who may wish to claim an Award.


I was active on the 13th of September 2014 representing St Andrew's Church in Gargrave as part of Churches & Chapels On The Air (CHOTA).

St Andrew's


I was active from the 11th-20th of August, at various times on HF & 2m, with the callsign MX0YHA which is the Club Callsign of the Youth Hostels Amateur Radio Group


I was active between the 28th July - 3rd August in support of National Parks Week 2014

I was active over the weekend of the 5th-6th July 2014 in support of the Tour de France Grand Depart 2014 that took place in the Yorkshire Dales.



I was activating the Gargrave ROC Bunker ref # G-2969 between the 1st to the 10th of June 2014 for the ROC 700 commemorating the work of the ROC Seaborne who were aboard the ships during the D-Day landings of WWII.


I was active using the callsign MV0XLT from the 5th of July 2013 until the end of July 2013 as part of the Centenary celebration for the RSGB.


I was on air to celebrate the Cassini Titan 93 Flyby mission on the 26th of July 2013.

Titan (T-93) Flyby
1,400 km (870 mi)
Jul 26 2013 (SCET)


Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech


I was active on the 19th of July 2013 to celebrate the Cassini Solstice Mission.


Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Carl Sagan - Pale Blue Dot


N0D Official Doomsday Radio Station


I was active using Doomsday station # 911 from 20th December until the 22nd December 2012.


I was active with the callsign MO0XLT from the 21st of July-9th of September 2012 to celebrate a Summer of Sport.


I was active with Mike-M3GNS, using the callsign GB2ING at Ingleton in the Yorkshire Dales, as part of 'Operation Homeguard' on the 7th/8th of July 2012. Ingleton Home Guard


I was active with the callsign MQ0XLT from the 5th of May-10th of June 2012 to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.


I was active with the callsign MR0XLT from the 29th of April-9th of May 2011 to celebrate the Royal wedding.


I live in small village in the Yorkshire Dales which is located in Northern England. Within the village there is the site of a Roman Villa

Many of you may know the village as the Leeds & Liverpool canal passes through as does the Pennine Way National Footpath trail and the Pennine Cycleway.

My QTH is an interesting one as I live in the centre of a concave bowl created by the local topography of glacial drumlins.

In his antenna-book, Les Moxon-G6XN, describes interesting experiences: "very good results can be expected, particularly if the reflecting area is bowl-shaped so that it acts like a concave mirror to focus the signal in the desired direction".



Polar-Plot showing the rings of hills surrounding my QTH. North is at the top of the image. The circle is 10Km. The hills are close to my QTH!

The following website containing geological information maybe of interest.

Gargrave Drumlin Field (13a)

As you can imagine some db gain is achieved from the shape of the landscape and my results on VHF are a surprise as is my HF.


All stations are worked using a minimal set-up (see below).

I have listed the clubs/groups that I am a member of as this maybe of interest.

Many thanks for looking me up and I look forward to working you on the air.



Holder of the 'fair QSLer'award from UX5UO. www.ux5uoqsl.com

Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) Member.

Society for the Preservation of Amateur Radio (SPAR) Member.

Worked All Britain (WAB) Member. Book #: 16733,18424,19940. WAB Square SD95.

British Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society (BARLS) Member #: 511.

Brave Radio Friends (BRF) Honorary Member #: 046.

Rag Chewers' Club (RCC) Member #: 485.

Polish Club Flora Fauna (SP-CFF) Member #: 033.

Activity Group of Belarus Member #: 297.

QRP-ARCI 1000 Miles Per Watt Club Member #: 3253.

Thracian Rose Club Member #: 052-England.

Black Sea Contest Club Member #: 523.

GEO-DX-Group #: 011.

NorCal QRP Club Member.

KDR Member #: 1116.

Dolphins Radio Club #: 068.

Belgian Railway Stations Award Member #: 180.

European Collins Collector Association Member # 0066.

Youth Hostels Amateur Radio Group Member.

RAIBC - The Charity Working for Radio Amateurs with Disabilities Member.



Transceiver: Icom IC-706 MKII. 100 watts HF/6M. 20W on 2M. Icom SM-20 desk mic. MFJ 945-E tuner.

VHF Antenna: Comet GP-15N tri-band collinear for 6M/2M/70Cms @ 6M agl, with a view looking South-East.


HF Antenna: G5IJ end-fed wire, 20M long @ 5M agl.

My antenna is sloping from the feedpoint at 5M agl to 2M agl at the far end, it then goes down towards the ground, finishing at just 0.45M agl.


Common-Mode Choke & G5IJ Matching Transfomer in a box.

Wire antenna to building by the river.

The G5IJ wire now heading towards the ground.

The terminus of the G5IJ antenna at just 0.45M agl.


The antenna is suspended above an 82.5 square metre earth mat which is made from wire mesh, along with 6 x 1.2M earth rods. The water table is often only a few centimetres below the earth mat, as I live by a river.



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