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First licenced in 1967 when the G8 calls could only work 70cm or above. As we were issued with a Class B licence, due to not having passed the morse test. This was despite the fact that we had passed the same written technical test and I do mean written, not tick the box like today.

About 1970 the class “B” were permitted to use 2 Meters and later 4 Meters. Some years later we were then permitted to have equal status as the Class A licence and re-classified as a Full licence.

Also work as G8AXA/VY2 or G8AXA/VE1, depending which part of Canada I am in. For some reason in Canada you put the country prefix as a suffix.

Setup today.

TX FT-845 and a IC-7300. Antenna, 40M Doublet.  QRP on JT65 & WSPR.

In the summer month’s I use a 3 el 4 & 6 meter beam, 5 el ZL special on 2 meters and a 12 el on 70cm. These beams are mainly used for contests, using a temporary mast.

I endeavour to send QSL cards out to the Bureau at the start of each month and upload to eQSL about the same time of the month.

No QSL's please for WSPR.

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