My interest in amateur radio started when I was 12 with lots of SWL'ing on HF+2m along with learning CW.
Originally intending to take the RAE in 1994, it wasn't until 2001 that I
got my "ticket" after passing what was then known as the C&G RAE and the
Morse test to get the old Class A licence.
Portable: When the weather is good, I like to operate
portable with the
FT-857 and my tablet logging
application, tabLog. I
typically use a 9m fishing-pole to support Inverted-V dipoles for 40m, 20m
and 15m. I also have vertical dipoles for the higher bands.
Outside of the hobby, I write software for use in audio/broadcast, I
cycle/run (M0PZT-7) to keep in shape
and also consume a bit too much coffee.
On Twitter? You can follow me here
for assorted Ham twitterings.