Monthly Archives: January 2014

2E0GFF/P in GFF-292

For my first activation, using the new call-sign, I chose the newest GFF reference… the Basingstoke Canal, GFF-292, in WAB square SU85. Unfortunately, I gave the wrong reference over the air – so some chasers will have logged GFF-282.  My … Continue reading

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M6ADB is now… 2E0GFF

The wait is over… Sadly, my first choice call of 2E0ADB was not available, so to appeal to the WWFF community and to cememnt my role as GxFF coordinator, I’ve taken the callsign 2E0GFF. Look for me on the bands … Continue reading

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Intermediate Practical

As well as building the RSGB Centenary Receiver, my attendance at the Bath Build-a-thon hid a second, more important purpose. For the previous eight weeks, I had been undertaking a period of self-study – supported by Steve G0FUW, Dan M0TGN and … Continue reading

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Bath Build-a-thon 2014

On Saturday 4th January, I joined 20 other intrepid radio amateurs, who had all braved the elements at the Scout Headquarters in Bath for the 2014 Bath Build-a-thon. With the south of England in the midst of a storm, road … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2014 – New WAB Books

To kick-off the new year, I’m now the owner of two new Worked All Britain book numbers – 20315 and 20316 Good WABing to all… here’s to a successful year’s activity.

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