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Hi and thanks for taking the time to lookup my details on QRZ.com

My name is Adam, I am 50 years old and I live in Lincolnshire with my family. It's been about 17 months now since I passed my foundation exam and I have been busy looking at the different sides of the hobby. I have recently made a few changes to the shack including trading the FT-2000 in towards an Icom IC-7700 which I have had for just 2 days at the time of writing. I have also removed the G5RV and alongwith M0PYU have put together an inverted L random length wire antenna.

The new antenna has allowed me to get onto both topband and 80m which I am really happy about. The antenna comprises about 45 mtrs of wire which starts at a CG-3000 placed at the base of a 10mtr pole. The cable is vertically wound around the fibreglass pole until it reaches the top at which stage the wire goes horizontally for 10.5 mtrs across to a second pole (Height about 9 metres). The wire then makes a turn of 45 degress and goes for another 10 mtrs to be terminated on an isolator which is connected to paracord connected to a hook on the rear of the house.

It has been a big step up and although I have moved the FT-2000 onwards, I retain both the FT-1000 and the FT-991 radios to supplement the IC-7700. I am hoping to save for the forthcoming IC-9700 to expand my contesting capabilities on 2mtrs, 70cm and 23cm.

Please feel free to check back and see how things change as I start the move towards my intermediate license and aim for a 2E0 callsign. Thanks Adam.

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Radio Transceivers

  • Icom IC-7700 (Main Transceiver, phone modes and Data)
  • Yaesu FT-1000 (Backup Transceiver, Phone modes mainly, HF only)
  • Yaesu FT-991 (Main Transceiver 2m & 70cm + Backup HF Phone and Digital)
  • Yaesu FTM-400 (Main C4FM Digital mode - Slave Radio connected to the HRI-200)
  • Yaesu FT2DE (Main Handheld, Main C4FM Radio into FTM-400 Slave unit) 
  • Kenwood TH-D74 - Dual Band 2m/70cm + GPS + APRS + DSTAR
  • Baofeng GT3 - Backup 2/70cm
  • Mitex PMR 446 Radios


  • HF - Random Length End Fed (Inverted L) with CG-3000 ATU at the base.
  • HF - WD-330s - Terminated Folded Dipole - Running along the apex of the roofline. (9m above ground).
  • VHF/UHF EA Antennas - EA270ZB13 2/70 Dual Beam - 5 elements 2m, 8 elements 70cm.
  • VHF/UHF Diamond X300 Co-Linear - Positioned above the roofline approximately 33ft (10m) from the ground.
  • 10/12m Sirio Gainmaster - Positioned on the rear of the house 30ft (9m) from the ground

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Heil PR40 - Main Microphone into W2IHY EQplus
  • Yaesu MD200 Microphone
  • Yaesu MD100 Microphone
  • W2IHY - EQ Plus Audio Processor
  • ICOM IC-R20 COmmunications receiver
  • MFJ-993B ATU
  • Hi-mound HK704 Morse Key
  • HP Envy 17-n152a laptop with external 4TB Hard drive


  • Ham Radio Deluxe - Version
  • FT-991 Programmer- RT Systems

I look forward to testing all areas of the hobby in the long term including CW, Data modes, Digital and lots more. In the meantime, I hope that if we may QSO on the air in the near future. Thanks again for taking the time to look me up and 73 to you and yours.

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