1st choice: LoTW, eQSL and Clublog
2nd choice: QSL direct, no green stamps or IRC required.
Other callsigns: MA0ZBH, MO0ZBH, MQ0ZBH, 2M0ZBH, MM6ZBH, 5B/MM0ZBH
(My WAB square is NT18 and my Locator Square is IO86ib)
Kenwood TS590S transceiver
Kent twin paddle key
11m mast and Yaesu 650C rotator
1/4 wave vertical for 40m (homebrew)
Inverted L for 80m (homebrew using 40m vertical)
Cushcraft D3W for 12/17 and 30m.
Moxon beam (homebrew) for 10/15/20m. Using three feedlines and an Ameritron remote antenna switch mounted at the top of the mast.
The shack is in the loft so no luxuries like windows, carpet or wallpaper but it does the job.
No VHF at the moment, the UKAC contests are fun but I don't have the time at the moment to spend huntung elusive VHF DX so the transverter, amp and beam are all packed away for a future rainy day.
Yaesu 817ND, 5W QRP
Palm Radio mini paddle
Stirling and District ARS
European PSK Club: EPC # 17507
March 2011 as foundation licence MM6ZBH. 10w TX power.
May 2011 as intermediate licence 2M0ZBH. 50w TX power.
December 2011with full licence with callsign MM0ZBH - all bands and 400w TX power.
I live in a village called Aberdour, it is located in the region of Fife and has a population of 1500 people. People come to visit Aberdour to visit the castle and go to the beach. Aberdour is located 30 mins on the train from the capital city Edinburgh and 45 mins in the car from St Andrews and the famous golf courses. Some photos of Aberdour below:
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