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Please note I prefer not to QSL as I find it difficult to keep a mobile log!!

I operate as G7EQM/M on 40-6m (plus the repeaters of course!) in my Range Rover HSE Sport, using 100w from a Yaesu FT857D and ATAS 120 screwdriver antenna when travelling in the course of my work in the UK & Europe.

I recently started to explore the digital modes and have access to DMR/Fusion/D-Star through the UK repeater network on my Yaesu FTM-100 and also using a SharkRF Openspot (what a GREAT piece of kit!!) TYT MD380; FT1XD & TH-D74 - DMR ID 2342675

I regularly operate as EA3/G7EQM/MM in the Bay of Roses in the Mediterranean, using 100w from an Icom IC-7100 / IC-7300 and a long wire "back-stay" antenna on "Freya" my 40ft Jeanneau which is currently based in Empuriabrava, Spain.

I try to operate as 5B8/G7EQM/P whenever I can get over to Mauritius and have applied for a permanent call on the island - have to make sure my operating plans do not conflict with my wife's plans to lay in the sunshine though!!!

DXCC (over 220 countries) worked on HF/50MHz from various locations - still love the 6m band when it opens, particularly when I am in the car - the buzz of working VK&ZL on 6 mobile will never die!!

 

 

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