My station at Gay Street, Pulborough, West Sussex was dismantled at the beginning of 2021 in readiness for our move to a new QTH at 28 Ellerslie Lane, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex on 26 March 2021.  I became QRV from Bexhill on 22 January 2022 using 5 watts QRP with my Elecraft K3, and an open-wire centre fed 132 feet inverted vee doublet antenna about 30 feet high squashed into the garden.  A little different from the antennas at our previous QTH!

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.

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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.

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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