Friday, 16 July 2010

Find me!

I want Station Distance & Bearing 


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.


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. (
3 weeks later 29th June.... I've passed and got my new callsign M0ZEH See my Profile at

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

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.