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Barry, MIOW.

QTH Newport, Isle of Wight, England.

92 foot ASL. My locator IO9iq,


(Old calls: M3BIW & 2E1IOW)

The Isle of Wight is a small Island on the south coast of England.

My set-up is a Kenwood TS-2000, for digital modes, with SignaLink USB interface.

Hustler 6-BTV trap vertical ground mounted with 2 radials for each band, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40 & 80 Meter.

Yaesu FT-897 with a X50 Dual Band 144/430 MHz mounted on a 7.6M Tennamast and stub mast.

I also have an home made 2 meter aerial mounted in the loft with the Yaesu FT23R

I use Ham Radio Deluxe and its DM780 for BPSK-31 etc, MMSSTV for SSTV, JT65HF for JT65A


I am listed on


I am a member of eQSL (Authentic Guaranteed)

Paper QSL direct only with 2 green stamps & addressed envelope .

For the UK S.A.E, I no longer use the bureau, I was receiving 300 QSL cards a time! eQSL is preferred!

I use the 30 meter band for digital modes, it is a very interesting band, and DX contacts pop up now and again.

I am member of the 30Meter Digital Group #013

I am also a member of the European PSK Club, EPC 2497 EU EN83.

I also upload my log to the ARRL Logbook of the World.

My QSL card above shows the RSGB logo, but I am now no longer a member.

I am member #013

of the

30 Meter Digital Group. Amateur Radio World Ring Owned by
India Whisky, Isle of Wight M0IOW
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I update my logbook about every two weeks.

If you use the log search above, it may take up to a week for new QSO's to show.

My log has over 10.000 HF QSOs

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