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| QRZCQ - The database for radio hams |
2017-03-29 07:22:06 UTC
|Last update:||2017-01-03 23:26:30|
|DXCC Zone:||279 |
Most used bands
Most used modes
|Last update:||2016-01-05 20:06:13|
Foundation exam November 2015
Intermediate exam October 2016
SWL for a while, with a lot of weather fax and RTTY, plus a little airband scanning.
Had a CB as a kid. Used to spend my time with retro computers but have discovered this hobby to be quite the addiction.
Mostly use the digital modes. Don't get to use Hell as much as i would like.
When /P always /QRP, so a big thanks to the stations picking up my signal out of the mire.
December 2015 - The kid likes it when i get a new DX as she gets to put the pin in the map.
October 2016 - The kid has no interest in anything I do when it comes to radio anymore.
One day i hope to hear something 4 meters. Have just managed a couple of 6 meters QSO.
That space stuff looks good.
I would also like a Yagi and Mag Loop -One day i will build them.
Cheap Chinese all the way -Mostly.
Baofeng UV-5R, Xiegu X108g 20w rig and Xiegu X1M 4.5w QRP rig. Stock Yaesu FT-690R II 6meter rig. TYT 9800 Quad band FM rig.
G5RV Jnr and 15m dipole antennas, Sigma EuroCom HF-80 vertical, Vertical for 6 meters, 2m/70cm antenna, Whizz-Loop 10w QRP portable antenna, Ampro-80 and Ampro-20 mobile antenna.
Uniden UBC355CLT desktop scanner with Sharmans wide band base antenna. GRECOM PSR-295 handheld scanner.
Rascal III digibox.
Icom IC-7300 now sits proudly on my desk.
December 2015: In short; a 20w rig with a 10w licence.
October 2016: In short; a 100w rig with a 50w licence.
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