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XYL looking over Hout Bay Cape Town, I thank her for understanding my love of Radio.


Spider web home made in 2012 for14,18,21,24 & 28, many thanksto Alex G7KSE

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The tower with an Explorer 14 and 2mtr Yagi also aground plane


A little history

I have been a Radio Amateur since 1971. Other call sign G8RJQ. Being a Radio Ham is like a drug, once its in your blood you never get rid of it. USA made TEN-TEC Brilliant equipment

I started working for PLESSEY RADAR on the Isle of Wight south coast of England at the age of 15 (1967)wiring up radars and installing them on site, after a lot of studies I became an industrial engineer for PLESSEY. In 1990 I moved to PLESSEY South Africa where I am the Senior Production Engineer, I am also the MIL2000/IPC instructor on soldering and wiring of electronic equipment. I was trained by Technical Service International who is one of only 5 Kat A advisor to the pentagon USA (thx Mike). If you ever want to know about solder joints please ask me, there is more to know than you think.

Thats it, started work at 15 (1967) and now 62 (2014) its been and still is a great job in the electronic industry, lets hope I made a difference. I know some of the Radars I built are still up and running:- Falklands, South Africa, Chile, Ireland and Egypt all still working. God bless and thank you, I have had a great time and met so many really nice people _._. __._



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