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I was Licensed in 1991 I was active on VHF and UHF in those early days Operating a dual band Yaesu FT4800 [144/433] on FM. I became less and less active during the late 1990's to early the 2000's and 2013/16 due to work pressures, but I am once again more active.

I suppose one never finishes setting up a HF station, but one of my areas of concern was my antenna. Although the garden is quite large it is not good for large long wires as the house is in the middle of the plot.

After some deliberation I have decided upon a 1/2 size G5rv.
It's in an inverted 'V' configuration the top was at about 8 meters. The “V” is East West and contacts are good. It seems to do OK. Best DX so far around 10000 miles to VK and VP land, on PSK, RTTY and SSB. So I'm very pleased with my small station. 
At the moment I have a small X30 for VHF/UHF. I am repairing my beam antenna, just got a new rotator as my present one has died ... so should be fully working soon.

I'm using Ham Radio Deluxe for my Radio CAT control and for Logging contacts, it's an excellent program. Psk31 and RTTY is dealt with once again by HRD and the DM780 program. The interface is a UD04YA USB Data Mode Cable from .Radioarena and it is working great on my Kenwood rig. I'm also also using FT8 and FT4 with :.. JTDX ....I like this one a lot

QSL cards are always replied too, I use most of the normal routes: Eqsl (AG), Lotw, Hrd Logbook, QRZ, Club Log and direct. If sending direct please enclose a SASE and if you are outside the UK, please add $2 to help with the postage costs.

I dont need paper cards ... electronic is fine

But if you need one send one & I'll send you one back


G7KHV Last 15 Calls Logged


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