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Call Sign : 26-CT-3432 : M6ONO Posts : 3 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2020-04-05 QTH or Location : Lamberhurst Kent Equipment Used : Yaesu 817, CRT SS 6900
Subject: An Introduction and a callsign request. (Issued) Sun Apr 05, 2020 3:40 pm
Hi, I have just joined the forum and would like to be issued a callsign please.
I am old enough to remember wally lights and DV27s and bucket mouths, I have been known to have a trip down memory lane by watching the odd trucking Movie that contantly talks about a rubber duck..(Its Still Cheesy, but i like it)
Nowadays i work in the Telecoms industry, I have always had a few radios hiding in the cupbord, so i figured it was about time to blow off the cobwebs and Get some new contacts.
I Have a Yaesu 817 & i recently purchased a CRT SS 6900N
I look forward to chatting to you and getting a little help here and you never know i may even be able to help other people here.
Proud owner of an original Brown Cover "Screwdrivers expecrts Guide" by Lou Franklin (Somwhere LOL) How much are they now..