I use Logger32 for day to day logging and update my QSOs to Club Log in real-time. Below are the last 15 QSOs I have made as N4CJ. Apart from when I am contesting and using the N1MM Logger+ contest logging program, new QSOs should appear here within a few seconds after they have been completed - refresh your screen to see them. I generally import contest QSOs from N1MM Logger+ to my Logger32 logbook within a couple of days of the contest ending, when they are then searchable below.
Chris at the operating desk of amateur radio station G4BUE in the hamlet of Gay Street, near Pulborough, West Sussex, UK. Since the photo was taken, a second K3 transceiver has been added to try SO2R (single operator two radio) operation in contests.
The two towers and antennas. The left tower is a Versatower P60 wound down in the trees and, until recently, had two x five element GØKSC LFA stacked yagis for 6 metres on it. The other tower is a Radio Structures Ltd BM24 (80 feet) tower and has a two element ZX yagi for 30 metres and above it a three element Steppir for 20, 17, 15, 12, 10 and 6 metres, turned by a Pro Sis PST2051D rotator.
Here you can search the G4BUE log, but it is only complete for QSOs made between 1 February 1973 and 6 February 1977, and since 4 July 1991. There are a few QSOs between 1977 and 1991 but the log is not yet complete for this period.. After searching, use the back button to return here.
The base of the main tower showing the Goodwinch motor system to raise and lower the tower vertically. Inside the yellow box is a heavy duty 12V battery, that is continuallly trickle charged, to power the motor.
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Four-square for 40 metres used until 2017.
This is my DXCC standings according to Club Log