Friday, 16 July 2010

Find me!

I want Station Distance & Bearing 

General

My name is Steve and I gained my Foundation amateur radio license M3ZEH in July 2007. I live in the S.E. of England in Leatherhead near Jctn.9 of the M25 motorway.

My station is located in a 1st Floor Flat.

My Transceiver is an Icom IC-746 with an hm-36 mic and Icom PS-85 dc power supply which incorporates a fan.




Modes of Operation
BPSK is a preffered data mode for me and the free software called Ham Radio Deluxe and digital master 780 controls my Transceiver very well. I am member #2363, #3113 & #7815 of the European PSK Club and my EU area is EN71. My pc is a home built ShuttleX P4, 3Ghz, 1Gb, Win7 with one SATA drive. I use eQSL and HRDLog for electronic QSLs.

My QSL

Monday, 29 June 2009

Advanced License M0ZEH

Well last night I sat the Advanced exam at the Scouts HQ in Banstead. Crossed fingers for 4 weeks until I get the result. The exam was run by the Sutton & Cheam Radio Society of which I am now a member. (scrs.org.uk)
3 weeks later 29th June.... I've passed and got my new callsign M0ZEH See my Profile at eqsl.cc.

Wednesday, 5 December 2007

Intermediate License 2E0ZEH

After 4 Saturdays I have passed my Intermediate exam and obtained a new amateur radio license from Ofcom which will allow me to transmit 50W on certain bands.
Some data modes I have tried recently are PSK31, MCW, RTTY and SSTV.
see my Profile at http://www.eqsl.cc.

Friday, 27 July 2007

Foundation License M3ZEH

My first license, you can see my M3ZEH Profile at  Eqsl, ssb on hf and fm on 2m are some of the other modes I use.