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My postal address is not listed as I do not collect or send out QSLs for HF any more. I will reply to QSLs for VHF and UHF via the bureau.

Web site: http://www.gj3rax.com/

Our new Yahoo group for discussions about the VHF and UHF bands is on -


The new VHF antennas were installed on November 2nd 2016. The top one is a 9 element 2 m beam from Tonna and it is about 26 feet above the ground. The lower one is a 2 element 6 m beam from Diamond. They replaced a Create CLP 5130-1 log periodic which had been in use for four years and covered from 50 MHz to 1,300 MHz but with rather low gain.

Other antennas include a Cushcraft R5 vertical for 10 m through to 20 m. There is also a trap dipole for 40, 80 and 160 m which is bent around the garden in order to fit it into the space available.

The main radios are an IC-756 Pro 2, for HF and 6 m, and an IC-910X for 2 m, 70 cms and 23 cms although I do not now have any horizontally polarised antennas up for 70 cms or 23 cms.

The photo at the top of this page was taken in my garden where this crapaud had decided that he liked life in my pond. Many people think of the cow as the symbol of Jersey but most of those of us who live here regard the crapaud, the local name for the toad, as the real symbol. There is even a statue of one in St Helier, our main town,-

Link to a photo of The Crapaud statue

Another Crapaud,-

73, Lawrence GJ3RAX


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