I have only been a licenced amateur since February 2006 and I am enjoying every minute of it. Over the years I have listened to many forms of radio communication but have my younger brother, John - M0EAV, to thank for the push into becoming a transmitter not just a receiver! Also, towards the end of 2006, (September/October time), my father passed his Foundation Licence and obtained the call of M3VWS. Just got to convince mother now!!
Over the summer months of 2006, I became increasingly involved with my local repeaters. I conducted presentations about the repeaters to local clubs and have also written the newsletter. Initially, it was only a 2m repeater, GB3OK, then, mid 2007, it's sister, GB3LK, a 70cm wide split repeater came on air. By the end of 2008 a few changes had been made - the wide split UHF repeater is now under the call of GB3OK and the 2m analogue has been replaced with GB7OK, a DV repeater on 2m, covering London.To see some of the work I have done, and more information on the repeaters, please visit www.GB3OK.com and www.GB7OK.com. If you are local to the repeater and would like the presentation at your club please contact myself or the repeater keeper, Tony G1HIG via the ''OK'' websites.
As ofFebruary 2012, I now run a DV Simplex node MB6INL, "In North east London", details are on its own QRZ.com page.
I am also registered with EQSL if you would like to send me a 'card'.
Thanks, Hope to speak to you soon, 73's for now,
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