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WAB = J16 , IOTA = EU115

LOC = IO64WL, CQ = 14,

ITU = 27

Height above sea level 33 metres.



Hi, i am operating has a St Patricks day award station on the 17th of March all information about this "lucky" award can be found at 



if your reading this your either talking to me or have just talked with me whichever, thanks for looking me up.

I am 16 years old.

Me (left in pic) and my sister Grace (right in pic) 2I0GYL were in the April 2015 issue of Practical Wireless magazine.

My name is Summer,

I was 12 years old when I passed the UK foundation exam on the 13/04/13 at my first attempt.

 I had just turned 14 years old and passed the UK intermediate exam on the 09/12/14 at my first attempt.

I then passed the UK advanced exam on the 06/05/16 at 15 years old! 

I am the youngest MI0 in N.Ireland and one of the youngest advanced licence holders in the UK!  

My two younger sisters and Dad are licenced too

 Grace 2I0GYL "Grace Young Lady" and my wee sister Savannah MI6PYL "Pretty Young Lady" my Dad is GI7PWQ who we call "Papa Waiting Quietly" has he doesn't get near the radio!


The YLT stands for "Young Lady Transmitting".

The first lady amateur in the UK had YL at the end of her callsign.

I love ssb contests!

I get a nose bleed if I go any higher than 14 MHz!

When I was first licenced I worked a major pileup on 40m, at the very end of the pileup the editor of practical wireless magazine (Rob Manion) came in and could'nt get over that I was only 12 years old and at how well I had operated a large pileup he wrote 3/4 of a page on me in his great magazine (July issue 2013) a fact I am very proud of. I am still learning though.

I have a 75 foot lattice mast and 3 element yagi.

I like 40 metres and can usually be found around 7.180 mhz and rarely above 14MHZ cause I get a nose bleed if I go any higher Hi Hi!

We are a small place here in N.Ireland but always think BIG! (Like the Titanic). My great, great grandfather was a carpenter in Harland and Wolff and he helped build the grand staircase on RMS Titanic, which is admired all round the world for its perfection.

If you hear me calling cq, please come back too me.

Could you please confirm contact on QRZ, has I am trying too build up my log book thanks.

The picture below is of me at Grey point fort amateur radio society down at grey point fort looking out over Belfast lough (a real big gun station HI HI)


              This is my QSL card with my old callsign(putting stickers over the mi6)

Callsigns around the world

I'm a member of Lagan Valley Amateur Radio Society, Mid Ulster Amateur Radio Club and BYLARA.

I am also a member of the RSGB youth forum. 

Please drop by again

73's Byeeeeeeeeee!


MI0YLT previously 2I0YLT and MI6YLT

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