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I concentrate on listening these days, but l do get on the air in digital modes (mainly FT8) and CW from time to time. 2013 saw my ‘G4’ callsign turn 30 years old - I can still remember taking the Morse Code test at the GPO station at North Foreland Radio.So what we’re ending up with is a series of stages of updating.Phase One: make short-term changes that freshen up the space for little investment.My antennas have always been simple (and often indoors!) and I prefer to use low power levels to make my contacts.
I have this sense of urgency to make updates when really, there is no rush.