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About M6VNE

As a UK Foundation licence holder I operate QRP (<10w) on all bands.​ Ham radio is one of many hobbies - I am a private pilot (hence Vne), a boat skipper (with my 10m twin engined Yacht) also enjoy clay shooting and Motorcycles.
With a young family however, many of these hobbies have to take a back seat. I can enjoy radio in those few free moments, however Voice comms are a bit loud when the kids are in bed!

Home / Base Setup

For home / base operations I use a Yaesu-857D into a Diamond WD-330 mutliband terminated dipole HF (160m to 6m). This Antenna is mounted 21ft (6m) high - it is not installed in an optimum position with Telephone and Electricity cables running nearby.

For VHF/UHF I have a Royal Discone mounted on the chimney.

 

Mobile / Portable Setup

Mobile VHF/UHF is also with a Yaesu 857D into a Watson W770 Dual-bander.

Portable VHF/UHF (incl APRS) is via a Yaesu VX-8

HF Portable I use the 857D with a Buddipole-mini setup for the 

appropriate band.

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