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21 Comments

Reply Webmaster
3:47 AM on April 21, 2017 
Great Video Mike Well done. Hope to catch you on radio soon.
73, Phil m0vey
Reply Mike
3:54 PM on April 20, 2017 
Hi Phil
great web site!
Thought you might be interested to see this video of ZL3NW signal on 160m i made on my mobile telephone a couple of days ago at our sunset. I was using my 160 mtr doublet to rx and to tx. Sorry about audio it is straight out of the shack speaker
https://youtu.be/kl4MTxMAg5U

catch up soon
73
Mike
Reply Sebastian DK4YA
4:31 PM on October 5, 2016 
Dear Phil,

thanks for my first 160m QSO. At the moment I tryed out my windom antenna matched by trx at 100W. That all. Thanks a lot you invested your time to read my outsending. I send you an
eQsl and wish you all the best.

73 de Sebastian DK4YA
Reply Webmaster
4:17 AM on February 29, 2016 
Hi Stuart, thanks for signing the guestbook. Hope to work you on 40m sometime.
Regards Phil MØVEY
Reply Stuart
7:55 AM on February 28, 2016 
Just been listening to you on 7.129. very good sounding rig

De 2E0FEB
Reply Paul
6:57 AM on November 7, 2013 
Hi Phil,

Just listening to you and a group on 40.
I just missed the audio box of trix from the US you have. Can you tell some info about it and any links as you have great audio.

Cheers

Paul
MW0DCT
Swansea
Reply edward baker
3:57 PM on December 10, 2012 
Great hearing you on 160m, 1st station logged on this band. Was operating in the 80s but left hobby due to work/family. Now retired and returning back again. 73 from Edward

G1MXP
Reply M0KTY
10:33 PM on March 14, 2012 
Great site Phil, particularly the mobile 160m antenna!
Keep up the good work, hope to work you on the bands soon.
Regards and best DX
de Graham M0KTY
Reply DK4WO Andy
12:21 PM on February 6, 2012 
Tnx fer QSO on 40m Band ,
hope to catch you again on the bands
73 de DK4WO
Reply Webmaster
12:00 PM on January 21, 2012 
Hi Darren,

thanks for looking me up. I'm not using the atu at the moment as I now have a resonant Topband inverted L for where I operate on 160m, usually around 1.972 Mhz.

I did use the atu completly on auto. When the power was switched off it was in the thru' position. Powered up, it sensed the rf & began to tune. It did a great job for the 2 years I had it running.

Regards, Phil. MØVEY