I am currenly training myself in the Advanced SO2R mode, that is, I am working on the air using the Duelling (Alternating) CQ on the two different bands. I am also doing it outside of the contests, some people get surprised. Please do not get surprised if you hear me on the TWO amateur radio bands doing as follows;
- TX on 20M while RX on 40M
- TX on 40M while RX on 20m
and so on
It is a great fun and it does allow to make more contacts, hi !
*** I AM NOW USING THE LOTW ***
MW0EDX and MW5R QSL CARD INSTRUCTIONS
1. Use the LOTW - it is free.
2. Direct QSL: PayPal me £3.00 as a gift. Use the same E-mail address (above), making sure that you add the QSO data, your call-sign and your address. Please DO NOT send $USD or IRC - they are not accepted/hard to change here.
My name is Anton, MW0EDX.
I have been on the air since 1988 under a number of call-signs from more then one country, such as UT, ES4, ES1, EA6.
I live in a middle of nowhere in a rural Welsh county of Powys. The nearest village is Sarnau, some 2 km away.
My QTH Locator is IO82KR. My WAB reference is SJ21. My QTH is some 400 ft.ASL.
I QRV from 160 m to Satellites in CW, SSB and DIGI. I do some contests. My top contest achievments are as follows:
Equipment: SO2R based on the ICOM IC-7700 transceivers. Three to six elements yagi covering 40-10m, inverted L wire verticals for 80-160m.
I sometimes record QSOs on video. You may even find your call-sign there, hi ! The link is: http://www.youtube.com/m0edx
Currently working mostly CW with some SSB activity.
73 ! De MW0EDX / MW5R
Other hobby. Samurai Red Dragon (Shukokai) club member (Welshpool, MidWales)
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