Although I use eQSL and LoTW I still love to receive qsl cards so please send me yours.
Located in Burntwood, between the towns of Cannock and Lichfield in Staffordshire @ 178m ASL
NGR/WAB SK00 SFD
CQ Zone 14
ITU Zone 27
I am QRV on all bands from 80M to 70cms all modes including FT8 FT4 PSK31 JT65 JT9 ROS OLIVIA OPERA HELL WSPR RTTY SSTV SSB CW FM D-Star, DMR and C4FM
Icom ID-51E Plus
DV-MEGA, RPi3 running MMDVM Pi-Star
Mostly listening on REF001 C or DCS005M
ZumSpot, RPi3 running MMDVM Pi-Star
Mostly monitoring Brandmaster 4400/4402, TG91 or DMR+ 4409
FT2DE and FDM400
JumboSpot, RPi3 running MMDVM Pi-Star
Mostly monitoring FCS001 Module 55 or CQ-UK Wires-X Room 27793 kindly provided by Stuart M0SGS
Raspberry Pi 2 running the RPi2-3 Version 1.02beta Allstar – March 26, 2016 – WA3DSP, KB4FXC, W0AMN image
Node 43397 mostly on listening on HUBNet 41522
VHF UHF HF:
The Data Mode parts of the bands are where you will find me most of the time, I hope to see you on my screen at some point.
My New Years resolution each year is to try as many new data modes as possible, now in 2018 I have the following available so contact me by email if you want to try a new mode out:
JT65A & JT9 & FT8
BPSK & QPSK
Throb and some others………
I have a wsprlite running when not in the shack currently on 20M @ 100mW
My main data mode software is WSJT, WSJT-X, Fldigi, sim_psk, MMSSTV, MRP4066 and Multipsk.
For logging, rig control etc. I use the DXLab Suite and for contesting N1MM.
I also held an M3 Callsign M3HJX but I let this lapse in 2004 when class ‘B’ licence holders got access to HF.
I use a Flex 6300 transceiver or FT847 at the home QTH and an FT-857 mobile and FT-817 portable, enjoying QRP contacts.
For HF I use a Comet multiband vertical antenna. For VHF a 5 Element Yagi and co-linear for 2 & 70cms.
II live in a built up area near to Cannock Chase a large managed woodland.
Other hobbies include coarse fishing and computers including PCs, Macs and the Raspberry Pi.
I look forward to hearing from you on air, via email or QSL card. If we have already worked, thank you for the QSO and hope to meet you again on the bands.
Contact from SWLs welcome, I used to be RS91568. I will always QSL by whatever means you prefer (but only if you provide the callsign of my QSO partner)
Riverway Amateur Radio Society R.A.R.S
Stafford Repeater Group member http://www.staffordrepeatergroup.org.uk
PODXS 70 #276
Worked All Britain #11301 SFD SK00
de Dave G7HJX
I upload PSK and JT65, JT9, ROS and OPERA QSOs automaticaly to eQSL, and SSB QSOs daily to eQSL.
I also upload everything to HRDLOG automatically and just ROS and OPERA contacts to HAMLOG.
I occasionally bulk upload to QRZ.COM so it may be while for your contact to get confirmed via this route but it will be, ask if you need it quicker.
I upload to LoTW at least monthly, sometimes daily, email if you need a QSL earlier and I will upload it.
I send QSL cards via the Bureau if asked and respond to any I receive. I respond to all direct QSL cards, just enclose an addressed envelope and 2xUSD.
Although I use eQSL and LoTW I still love to receive qsl cards so please send me yours
If you need a card via the bureau or a direct card you can request this via Club Log using the form below: