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hi there me name is andrew call m6zab

i got m6 call sign in september last year been on cb since 1980s thought it was about time to get me bum on ham side after working now sat idle at home so spend time on 2 meters and 70cm i allso go on 10 meters when i get chance , ive not got a hf set yet but working on that .

iam married 27 years with 2 kids grown up and fled the nest got 3 grandkids iam a member of maltby radio ham club very freindly guys , just hopeing to get on hf side next hope to hear some of you guys on

cheers andy m6zab

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Call Sign : m6zab
VHF / UHF Rig : yaesu ft-1802
VHF / UHF Antenna : 2& 70s coliner x50
HandHeld : quanseng tg-uv2 dual
Location : maltby rotherham uk
Registration date : 2012-05-04
Number of posts : 2
Points : 4
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Post on Sat May 12, 2012 11:47 pm by 2W0PWR

Welcome to the forum Andy, well done getting the M6 call.

Hope you find the forum usefull,

Dave

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Post on Mon May 14, 2012 1:32 am by daxi

Well done on the callsign & welcome to the forum.
10 meters can be problematic, as it attracts too many pirate operators. For example I regularly hear music being broadcast on the FM section of the band. BUT, on the other hand using very low power & the repeaters it is more than possible to work a big chunk of the world on FM using 10 meters. Earlier in the summer I was working a Scottish amateur via an American repeater & the Swiss, Austrian & Swedish repeaters are workable from my location on 10 watts mobile as soon as even a small lift occurs, this DX capability during lifts is al;so why pirates are such a problem on it. A VERY good band if you want to work long distances on low power is 6 meters. But you will need to be patient & wait for good conditions on it. I have worked Poland on 2.5 watts & had a decent QSO with a mobile station running 1 watt.

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Post on Mon May 14, 2012 1:35 am by daxi

A list of 10 meter repeaters. http://www.g4nsj.co.uk/ten.shtml

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