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Hi there, thanks for looking me up.

I got my call April 2009 so am a relative newcomer, but have been interested in the hobby since I was very young. I enjoy the technical and mechanical aspect of the hobby like Antenna's and have always been interested in electronics. I'm always searching for better Antenna ideas, and am currently keen to make a Magnetic Loop in an attempt to cut through some of the noise at my QTH.

Best 73,


View of the Cushcraft minibeam.


Viewshowing (from left to right) 6m vertical, MA5B Cushcraft, Werner Wolf 3 el Yagi for 10m, Mast for 40/80 dipoles,40m 1/4 wave vertical and unseen is an X300 2/70 vertical.


The 40m 1/4 wave which has recently become a trapped 40/80 inverted-L

The elevated 40m 1/4 wave which has recently become a trapped 40/80 inverted-L. Feedpoint is 7.5m high.


The updated "Hutch"



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