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M0NVS

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Phillip Rees

HP3 Hemel Hempstead
England, Herts

EU
england
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Call data

Last update:2018-04-23 20:25:48
Continent:EU
Views:219
Main prefix:G
Class:Full Licence
Federal state:Herts
Latitude:51.7291667
Longitude:-0.4583333
Locator:IO91SR
DXCC Zone:223
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

QSL data

Last update:2015-08-23 19:52:34
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Hi there and thanks for looking me up.


My name is Phil and i would like to think that i am a relatively serious radio operator hihi;-)
My main intrests have been focused on vhf/uhf but i do dabble in hf. Mainly contests as i prefer a 5/9 rather than hearing your life story.
I live in Hemel Hempstead at only 82m asl.
I am lucky enough to own and use a 14m mast to clear all local obstructions and manage some actual dx on vhf.
I prefer old school ssb and have started to learn the key. Data modes seem like robot talk and don't really float my boat personally.
I see radio as a hobby and enjoy it for that. I like to try to participate in events that sound of intrest but on a hobby level. I could not be serious as some but then again i have a family and a life.

Good luck to you all

73 de Phil

Equipment

Main shack
Kenwood ts590s
Icom IC-7300
Gemini amps for 2 & 70
Acom 600s for HF & 6m
8 ele lfa 2m
18 ele lfa 70cm
6/4 dual yagi
G7FEK for HF
Comet gp15n for the FM stuff

Mobile set up
Yaesu FT 991 or 857D
Kenwood tm255 or icom ic271e
Kenwood tm 455 or ts780
9 ele tonna or 12 ele owl portable 2m
19 or 21 ele tonna 70cm
3 ele hb or tonna 5 ele 6m
and various other yagi antennas in the pile of aluminium in rear garden.

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