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I received my first licence as a NOVICE way back in the late 60s or early 70s, as VK2NLZ, (so long now can not remember exact date of achieving licence). After meddling in that grade for a while I managed to graduate to the Full Call (now termed Advanced) of VK2CBW.

My employment involved my travelling between states within Australia and for each move I had to change my call sign, hence the VK2CBW, VK3CBW and now VK4CBW. I have been fortunate that I have been able to retain the call letters just having to change the numeral indicator.

Now I have retired and settled down to a more permanent lifestyle my current call will remain the same.

If you hear me call, please reply, I do enjoy having a chat, 73 73.


To all who have sent me QSL cards please be patient as I have run out of cards and am in the process of having more printed.

New cards have been sent via the bureau last week. Thank you for your patience.

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