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Originally licenced in 1987 as GM1XOG. Completed the RSGB morse assessment in 2002, and used the call MM3XOG on HF for a short time before moving to New Zealand. Arrived in New Zealand June 2003, but only I became active as ZL1OGX in May 2004. .

Please qsl, via LOTW to start with, and if you want direct or bureau.

This is the current station setup, Icom IC706Mk2 with the AT180 below it, the vhf/uhf rig is a Yaesu FT90r, PSU is Diawa PS-304. I recently bought a Heil iCM mic, getting good reports about the audio so it must be working. The netbook PC is a Dell mini10 which I use for digital modes, psk, rtty, jt65 & recently jt9.

The antenna is a Diamond CP6 (6 band trapped vertical).


Still hoping the xyl will agree to the tower and beam!


I have recently received a number of direct qsl requests, some have been kind enough to include IRC's but some are putting in a single US Dollar bill. Unfortunately with the exchange rate as it is it cost's me NZ$2.40 to return the envelope. So could you please think about either an IRC, new ones please, or US$2 to cover the return postage.





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