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2D0YLX
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I work for the Isle of Man Water and Sewerage Authority in the Projects Section. I am the Project Engineer responsible for the Capital Mains Laying Team, and the rehab of the island's potable water supply infrastructure.

Other hobbies incllude photography, golf and rallying.

I have two personal websites,

www.rallyiom.com   and   www.dcdesignonline.com


Best 73s

Dave 2DØYLX



Alan
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66 years old

Bob
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DAVID DOLLING
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Denny M3HSJ
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Hi all,

A wee bit about me, I'm 36yrs old married with one 4yr old tyrant...! Passionate about Amateur radio and all things associated. Use digimodes and SSB (learning CW) and operate QRP. Member of the RSGB, UKSMG#2719, GQRP#13571 and WAB book #19286. Can now be heard an all bands (except top band) thanks to the M0CVO LW-20 I purchased at Newark recently. Anything else you want to know...? you'll have to catch me on the bands...!



M0MGK
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Stuart
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59 years old
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ex Royal Signals Radio Op and Data telegraphist, now studying for my M0 at Otley ARS

member of RSARS, RSGB, and EPC,DMC,BDM,NDG,CDG I run mainly QRP 10w or below

on JT65 and PSK on SSB voice I run 30w Max,

I believe "if the antenna is good little power is required"



Stuart G6IMT
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Recently returned to Amateur Radio after a 20 year break and early retirement (due to redundancy!).



ian mclaughlin
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76 years old
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I was first licenced in 1986 but then went off the air 2 years later and returned in 2016. Digital modes are my preferred mode of operation

[email protected]
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Retired now and returned to Amateur Radio after 30 years absence. want to get active on the HF bands, interested in QRP & CW this time around!

Ray

G3XLG



G0DJA
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55 years old
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Hi, I'm Dave, I am mainly interested in VHF, UHF and SHF but also dabble on HF.

The modes I like are CW and data modes, but I sometimes use FM or SSB.

I'm interested in most forms of propagation but especially Sporadic-E, Aurora and Rain/Snow/Hail scatter and reflections from aircraft.



Jeff Brown
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74 years old

M6WAD
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My name is Paul and I live in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria, which is a shipbuilding town on the southern fringe of the english lake district. I have been a radio amateur since October 12th 2008. I passed my foundation exam at the tender age of 51, having spent many, many years as a shortwave listener. I could not have done this without the support, knowledge and tutoring of The Furness Amateur Radio Society, of which I am a member.

My passion for radio started at an early age and I was influenced by my Father's love of radio. He was a wireless opererator/air gunner in the RAF and we would spend many hours listening to his huge, valve set. I remember listening to the fishing crews talking to each other out in the Irish Sea, the radio ham's from all over the world and thinking to myself, one day I will do that.

Equipment in the shack are a Kenwood TS-570DGE powered by a Kenwood PS-33 with a Kenwood SP-31 speaker. I use a Comet CHA-250BX2 vertical antenna which on the whole does very well on most bands. I love chasing that elusive DX on my limited 10w output and have had some great results in my short time in the hobby. I enjoy using data modes and love playing with psk31 and SSTV on the HF bands. Currently using the excellent signalink USB interface to my computer with great results so far. Software used is primarily mixW v3.0.1, MMSSTV and HRD with DM 780.

Dual band radio at home is a Yaesu FT-7900 to a Comet GP-15N tri-band Antenna. I am currently exploring IRLP on VHF and UHF and having great fun with this particular strand of the hobby. Give me a call via GB3PZ, node number 5400.

When mobile, I use a Yaesu FT-7800 dual band radio.

Why not join Facebook Furness Amateur Radio Group. You are guaranteed a warm welcome



Roy
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60 years old

barry m1cyj
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m0cvoantennas
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UK Radio Amateur (Full A Licence), licenced since 1998.  Always keen on designing and building my own gear - from DC receivers to QRP transmitters and transceivers.  Latest was the Rock-Mite RM-40 from Small Wonder Labs in the USA. 

Mostly though, I spend my days designing and building aerials/antennas for the amateur bands (mainly HF at the moment).  These I use myself and also sell through M0CVO Antennas webstore at http://www.m0cvoantennas.webs.com/webstore or http://www.m0cvoantennas.co.uk  and then follow the links to my webstore.

Thankyou for reading this.

Nigel, M0CVO



Walter
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gzerovti
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I am 62 years old and recently retired from my job as a Fire Prevention Officer with a large International printing company.

I have been licenced since 1985 first as G1RHW and since 1996 as G0VTI



G0JVB
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Retired this year & returned to radio after a gap of 15 years, looking forward to re-engaging with the hobby  Mike.



Stephen Hill
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59 years old