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Hi all.

Thanks for dropping in on M6JPW.

The name is Paul,

I live in Milton Keynes.

which is in the UK about 48 miles to the north of London..


Passed my foundation back in November 2008.


My first rig was a Kenwood TH-F7E hand-held.

Works great as an all mode scanner as well.


I am a fan of the APRS system,

For which i use a Kenwood TH-D72E.

(normally on APRS 24/7).


Also using an Icom ic-E90. (4,6,2 Mts & 70 Cms).

A Icom id-31A. (70 Cms analog & D-Star).

And a Wouxan K6-UV6X. (2 M & 70 Cms).


Still occasionaly use my trusty Yaesu FT-897D.


I am quite a busy user on Yaesu's Fusion system,

for which i use a Yaesu FTM-100DE. (as a node radio for the WIRESX system),

As well as an FTM-400d in the car.

 A Yaesu FT-2D & A Yaesu FT-1D.

Also have 2 FT-70 handies to play around with.


I can be found in either the CQ-UK room or the UK Net Hub room,

whether i am at home or mobile using the D4Mini AMBE 

or the SharkRF Openspot.


Staying with the Fusion theme a nice shiny Yaesu ft-991 has been

added to the shack.

For DMR i use a TYT-MD-380.


For my scanning needs i use either the

Beercat UBC3500XLT

Or the

Beercat UBCD3600XLT.

Currently spending far more time listening the transmitting.


When on DStar i am either on

REF 1 C  or  DCS 005 M.


I'm often found on Talkgroup 4409,

which is liked to the CQ-UK room.

(details below).



Check out the CQ-UK website




My main Hf unit now is the

Kenwood TS-590.

This is connected to an off-center fed dipole,


The main radio in the car is the

Kenwood TM-D710. (mainly for APRS use).

Also use the

Wouxan KG-UV950PL (quad band, 6M,4M, 2M & 70Cms).


An old Icom IC-E208. dual band.


Quite active on 80 & 40 Mts, IRLP & Echolink.

So if you see me there give me a shout.

73 & Regards to all.





And remember. It's always 5 o'clock somewhere.

smiley smiley smiley










"The best number is 73. Why? 73 is the 21st prime number. Its mirror (37) is the 12th and its mirror (21) is the product of multiplying, 7 and 3. ... In binary, 73 is a palindrome, 1001001 which backwards is 1001001."




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