Hi and thanks for taking the time to look me up, I have been licenced since March 2001 as M3VHT then sat the RAE (Radio Amateur Exam) in December 2001 and the call M1VHT was born.
Equipment in the shack at present is an Icom 7300, I have had many rigs through my hands and this has to be one of the best ones i have used so far ( I may just hang on to this one for a while LOL ).My main modes of operation are SSB and RTTY I transmit true FSK with the excellent MMTTY programme (works much better than AFSK) I enjoy chasing DX and working as many countries as possible (177confirmed to date at the last count, due to work commitments i don't get to play much radio these days so it may just take me a while to get any where near DXCC)
The aerial is a Mosley 33-AW 5 bands covering 10,12,15,17 & 20m, for it's size it works very well, this is mounted on the top of a Clarke pump up mast which gets me round the planning regulations at my restricted QTH.
I also love operating mobile i have a modest but effective system in my X trail jeep, this consists of an Icom IC-7000 with remote kit, an LDG IT-100 auto ATU along with a 30 year old plus G whip mobile antenna covering bands from 80-10m.
The above pictures shows me operating from the lighthouse butt of Lewis on the western isles of Scotland over looking the North atlantic ocean where i generated a lot of interest.
So if you hear me on the air please give me a call as every contact is a good contact in my logbook
73 from Keith M1VHT.
My brother Paul, G0VHT is also a keen ham radio operator... check out his QRZ page
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