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Hi all my name is Terry and I live on the Lincolnshire/Cambridgeshire border, back in the 70's was a C'Ber and wanted to get into Ham Radio, but time, kids, work etc never got round to it.
So now I'm a semi retired (Photographer) and have the time I'm hopeing to pickup were I left off Very Happy I have a Midland CB ordered at the mo' for a mobile, and will be looking for something like a KPO-DX5000 for a home base, I will start my studying later this year to try and pass the exam.

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Post on Thu Mar 10, 2011 6:04 am by porky.69

hi terry welcome and enjoy Very Happy

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Post on Thu Mar 10, 2011 6:20 am by Delta3

Thanks porky.69.. Wink

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Post on Thu Mar 10, 2011 6:45 pm by daxi

Welcome to the forum. Which club will you be using for the foundation? I was brought up in the Hunstanton area myself & know, from conversations with amateurs in the Kings Lynn area that it can be hard to get training courses in that area. I think it's Spalding where they are International Short Wave League affiliated & do training & Peterborough club were very to my wife when we had good reason to suspect that someone was pirating her callsign. Ofcom did F all, Peterborough club found out in minutes how her callsign ended up on QRZ by accident. So there are good clubs in the area.
If you have not already get your name down & if possible attend some meeting & meet other members, as it will help greatly if you have contacts when you start to set up your amateur station.

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Post on Thu Mar 10, 2011 8:51 pm by Delta3

daxi wrote:Welcome to the forum. Which club will you be using for the foundation? I was brought up in the Hunstanton area myself & know, from conversations with amateurs in the Kings Lynn area that it can be hard to get training courses in that area. I think it's Spalding where they are International Short Wave League affiliated & do training & Peterborough club were very to my wife when we had good reason to suspect that someone was pirating her callsign. Ofcom did F all, Peterborough club found out in minutes how her callsign ended up on QRZ by accident. So there are good clubs in the area.
If you have not already get your name down & if possible attend some meeting & meet other members, as it will help greatly if you have contacts when you start to set up your amateur station.

Thank you daxi for the info above, I'm nearer Peterborough than Spalding (10-20, Langtoft, Mkt Deeping), in a nut shell it won't be this year as there are to many thing's going on ( Mothering law just passed away, had two heart attacks,) etc, still we will get there in the end, thanks again for your info

73s....Tel, Wink

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Post on Fri Mar 11, 2011 2:34 am by daxi

Sorry to hear about your mother in law.
Peterborough club certainly went all out to help my wife & thankfully it turned out to be a genuine mistake. I lived in Peterborough for a short while back in about 1980. I was one of the many bricklayers working on contracts like the shopping mall etc there.Good times.

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