Welcome to the Forest of Dean and Amateur Radio
My unique Amateur Radio Call-Sign is (GØSDD). I have been a licensed Amateur since December, 1990, progressing from the Novice license (2EØABH) to the A License which included a Morse Code (CW) Test of 12 wpm.
I operate mainly with the morse code mode (CW), but also fone (voice), PSK31 (Digimode).
There are four main Voice over IP software systems and details are shown on the Ham radio Page, plus links to more detailed websites and there are 8 authorised operating bands in the Amateur Radio Spectrum
Forest of Dean
The Forest of Dean is unique in it's qualities, it is steeped in history and has a fairly recent past of coal mining, iron works, charcoal burning and a network of railways which ceased in the early 1960's serving the many industries. I have dedicated a page to the village of St Briavels, because (a) it is the place of my birth and (b) it has a great deal of interesting history attached to it, particularly in relation to the Forest of Dean.
These pages Should read correctly in most browsers, but Google street view is not quite right in IE 9 Beta and is best viewed with Google Chrome.
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