Thanks for dropping in on M6JPW.
The name is Paul,
I live in Milton Keynes.
which is in the UK about 48 miles to the north of London..
Passed my foundation back in November 2008.
My first rig was a Kenwood TH-F7E hand-held.
Works great as an all mode scanner as well.
I am a fan of the APRS system,
For which i use a Kenwood TH-D72E.
(normally on APRS 24/7).
Also using an Icom ic-E90. (4,6,2 Mts & 70 Cms).
A Icom id-51A. (70 Cms analog & D-Star).
And a Wouxan K6-UV6X. (2 M & 70 Cms).
Still occasionaly use my trusty Yaesu FT-897D.
I am quite a busy user on Yaesu's Fusion system,
for which i use a Yaesu FTM-100DE & a Yaesu FT-2D.
These are either used on thier own or linked to the Yaesu Wires X box.
Where i can be found in either the CQ-UK room or the UK Net Hub room,
whether i am at home or mobile using the D4Mini.
Staying with the Fusion theme a nice shiny Yaesu ft-991 has been
added to the shack.
My main Hf unit now is the
This is connected to an off-center fed dipole,
The main radio in the car is the
Kenwood TM-D710. (mainly for APRS use).
Also use the
Wouxan KG-UV950PL (quad band, 6M,4M, 2M & 70Cms).
An old Icom IC-E208. dual band.
For raceiving a Yaesu vr-5000 & a AOR AR-8200
Quite active on 80 & 40 Mts, IRLP & Echolink.
So if you see me there give me a shout.
73 & Regards to all.
And remember. It's always 5 o'clock somewhere.
"The best number is 73. Why? 73 is the 21st prime number. Its mirror (37) is the 12th and its mirror (21) is the product of multiplying, 7 and 3. ... In binary, 73 is a palindrome, 1001001 which backwards is 1001001."
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