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Thanks for looking me up and thank you for the QSO, Finally found the time to upgrade from the intermediate to Full Licence, Thanks to Peter M0DCV Mike G8VCN and all at the Cambridge and district ARC for their time, patience and dedication,

I run local ARDF fox hunts and I'm a active member of several local clubs details can be found on my website http://www.m0mvb.co.uk

I am Active on all Bands inc VHF/UHF

My toys are Kenwood TS-2000 and TS-570D Also a Yaesu FT 817 5 watts qrp rig top band to 70 Cm's, with a Wonder Wand for when out and about a Yaesu FT-857D Yaesu FT-897D a Yaesu FT-200 still a work in progress

Im lucky to live in a very rural area so there's no limit on antennas which are 6/2/70 collinear for local v/uhf, a 9ele tonna for 2 meters at 35 feet with a Yaesu rotator, a G5RV 80 to 10 Mts dipole, a 500 Meter long wire via a MFJ atu, a homebrew 42 meter wire via a 9-1 unun which works well, The picture is of my Hy-gain LP1010 Log Periodic taken down for cleaning and tweaking, It covers 8-30MHz (7MHz with a tuner) Also a Buddipole for portable, and a Yaesu ATAS 120a for mobile,

I really enjoy the digimodes mainly Bpsk, RTTY and JT modes on 40/30/20/17/15 Mts, trying my hand at MS on 2, I also like a good rag chew when conditions permit,

I collect QSl cards, please use e-qsl.cc where possible as I'm trying for the DX 100 award, or via the Bureau or direct to above address if you send me a card i will send you one back 100% at no charge none of this wont send without irc's, if i receive 1 ill send you 1 back and i ask the same in return

Best 73's to you and hope to workde Steve M0MVB

Great Quote: "You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles. And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat." - Albert Einstein


My latest project has been to write a BBQ cook book, this is aimed at all those that take part in field days

Im pleased to say that A Dot of Butter and a Dash of Spice is now published and can be previewedor ordered at

Also available via a link on my website www.m0mvb.co.uk

I apoligise in advance for this shameless plug
Steve M0MVB



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