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M0PWL

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Mike Mynn

TR21 0LP St Mary’s,
England

EU
england
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Call data

Previous call:2E0PWL
Last update:2020-05-26 16:54:18
QTH:Isles of Scilly
Continent:EU
Views:108
Main prefix:G
Latitude:49.9148746
Longitude:-6.3145058
Locator:IN69UV
IOTA:EU-011
DXCC Zone:223
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14
Website:sites.google.com/site/m6p…

Most used bands

20m
(31%)
30m
(17%)
40m
(14%)
80m
(12%)
17m
(9%)

Most used modes

FT8
(70%)
SSB
(16%)
FT4
(13%)
FM
(2%)
DMR
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2020-01-01 18:02:01
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I am now operating from the beautiful Isles of Scilly, 28 miles of the South West of England.
Locator IN69UV, EU-011.

I was a SWL from around 5 yrs of age and got on air as a pirate DJ in the early 70's on a South London station called radio Alfa. Got in to CB when it hit the UK and I always intended to become a HAM it just took longer to get around to actually doing the exam.

For many years I was a competitive fencer eventually gaining my coaching qualification. I was for a number of years chairman of the Bexley Fencing Club (Londan) before a new job required moving away to Cambridgeshire. Ran another Fencing club there for a while before getting into white water kayaking, latter qualifying as a senior instructor. I am no longer able to do white water kayaking due to back injury although I do a little sea kayaking on the Isles of Scilly. As kayaking started to become physically difficult for me I took up scuba diving qualifying as an Open Water Diver in 2002. The Islands are a fantastic place to dive as apart for the crystal clear water and marine life there are more shipwrecks around the Islands than around the rest of the UK.

Thanks you for reading my info and I look forward to meeting you on air.
De Mike - M0PWL formally M6PWL & 2E0PWL.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

In the shack I use :-
HF - Kewood TS440& TS590sg with an LDG AT-11MP ATU running through an inverted L, Hustler 6 BTV 10 - 80 vertical or a 5 Band Cobwebb.
2m - ICOM F1010 (FM) & IC260 (SSB).
70cms - TYT 9000
Plus a couple of Baofeng UV-5R and a TYT MD380 DMR.

When mobile I use a TYT 9800 (10, 6, 2 & 70) quad bander.

And when portable I use a Yaseu FT 817nd with a DX Commander Lite as well as a 4 band Inverted V fan dipole.

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M0PWL / My home built 2m 6 element Yagi
  

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