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Interested in all digital modes and QRP....

Favorite digimodes are Hellschreiber, Olivia, WSPR, QRSS, JT65A and JT9.

Busy improving my CW skills, and my goal is to be a good CW opr and to have fun with QRP.

Just started to make CW QSO's, so forgive my mistakes and slower speeds ;-)

Memberships: Feldhell Club #56 http://sites.google.com/site/feldhellclub/

                       Fists #16664 http://fists.co.uk

                       SKCC #12230 http://www.skccgroup.com/

                       LIDS #54 http://lidscw.org/

Rigs: Kenwood TS-570D(G), Yaesu FT-857 using 20 Watt or less in digimodes and 5 Watt in CW (or even less with the Rockmite)

For future /P outings, holidays etc. I have an Elecraft KX-1....finally my first Elecraft :o)

Recently succesfully build a Rockmite40, only have to make QSO's with it yet.

In JT9 mode always working with 5 Watt, never exceed !

Same for JT65A, but I'll crank up the power to 15-20 Watt when needed, so I never use more than 20 Watt.

For QRSS I have set up a grabber that is occasional online:http://qsl.net/on4cdj/qrss/

The grabber is running on a Raspberry Pi 2 with a FiFi-SDR receiver.

SDR with Raspberry Pi 2 for QRSS and WSPR RX.

When the grabber is not running, the SDR is receiving WSPR using WSJT-X 1.7 or VisualWSPR 3.7, all on Linux.


HF antenna: Homemade endfed wire with 9:1 unun, 16,2m long sloping down from 7m to 3m above ground.

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