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M0NGN

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Nigel Green

DL170EQ Chilton
England

EU
england
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Call data

Previous call:2E0NGL
Last update:2018-08-13 10:38:56
Continent:EU
Views:101
Main prefix:G
Class:A
Latitude:54.6591793
Longitude:-1.5639194
Locator:IO94FP
IOTA:EU-005
DXCC Zone:223
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(80%)
40m
(8%)
17m
(4%)
6m
(4%)
10m
(4%)

Most used modes

SSB
(60%)
FT8
(38%)
JT65
(3%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-08-09 18:30:56
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Thanks for stopping by,hopefully you will confirm a QSO,that we had!
Grid IO94FP,
Lat +54.659525 Lon -1.564091
I.A.R.U. region 27,
CQ zone 14
W.A.B NZ22 book number 2261.
As with many radio amatuers my interest in radio was started during the CB radio boom in the eighties,unfortunately work took over,twelve years in the armed forces and my present career have kept me busy and got in the way of my fascination with radio Hi Hi,
2017 saw me in a position to complete the RSGB exams from foundation to advanced licence,my call signs are M6IQL,2E0NGL and M0NGN.
I live in an old pit village in the North east of England with my partner Wendy and my boisterous Old Englsh sheepdog Syd.
I am currently practicing morse and in the near future i will hopefull begin using CW,so i apologise in advance for my LID morse operating Hi Hi,
Thanks for reading.
All the best,happy DXing
73' de Nige (M0NGN)

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