Please QSL via eQSL or LoTW.
WAB books: 1212, 20282, 20800-20809, 20900-20909, 21001-21009, 21011, 21112,
21131-21140, 21150-21159, 21200-21209, 21212, 21312, 21412, 21420-21429, 21512,
21612 and 21712.
It was fortunately old John G3ABG who got me into Worked All Britain a long time ago.
Active Hunter and Activator in WFF - World Flora Fauna -
How it started: I got interested in radio for the first time in the mid-fifties, only 6 years old. Travelling with my uncle, who was Radio officer, on a passenger ship between Gothenburg and London. On every trip I spent most of the time in the Radio Room, totally fascinated by the activity on 500 and 2182. Big ears there indeed!
More Radio Operator experience in the 60's-80's:
SL7AZ Swedish Navy club station in Karlskrona
SL0AX Swedish Navy club station in Stockholm
SL8AY/mm around the world trip with HMS Alvsnabben
First Class Radiotelegraph operator certificate from the Marine Officer School in Gothenburg.
Radio operator at the Coastal Station SAG Gothenburg Radio.
SM6CNX/mm Radio officer in the Merchant Navy, sailing mostly outside Europe.
Later changed career into Electronics Engineering, but that is another story.
Main station equipment: Yaesu FT-757GX - Yaesu FT897D. Key: Begali. Antennas: Yagi for HF, 4-square verticals and 2x full size vertical loops for 40m, N-S and E-W and a full size loop for 80m up 20m. Versatower.
Portable station equipment: Elecraft KX3 and Yaesu FT-857. Key: Palm mini paddle. Antennas: Portable Windom and single band dipoles. 10m GRP-mast.
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