I past my RAE in December 1981 at Mid-kent College of Higher and Further Education
Interests include hf, vhf and uhf operating, D-STAR, photography, computing, internet and Ice Skaking. (Strange mix Don't you think HaHa)
I have been a licenced amateur since April 1982. that year there was a big backlog so there was over 4 month wait to get on the air.
I was awarded the call sign G6HIV and at the time hiv wasn’t associated with any diseases,
and I’d just like to say I have heard ALL the comments, hi hi
I am a member of the medway amateur receiving and transmitting society, "the marts". The club callsigns are g2fja, g8mw and g5mw
I am active on 40, 20, 17, 15, 10, 6, 2 and 70cm bands.
My station consists of a Icom ic-7000, 2 x Icom ic-e2820 (1 Mobile 1 indoors), Icomic-e92d handheld, LDG Z-11 Pro tuner and lots of other bits to numerous to mention.
I've been on D-STAR since Januray 2009 when I got my first IC-E2820
New toy for 2013 a Raspberry Pi runing my DVAP D-STAR dongle.
Connected to the internet with a WiFi USB that is so small you can't see it under the USB plug.
Johnathan Naylor G4KLX software (many thanks) All I need to go portable or mobile is my MyFi
(A MiFi device connects to a mobile phone(cellular) carrier and provide internet access for up to 5 devices.)
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