Welcome to the G6OHM Website

4 Meter Page

 I started using 4m back in around 1982 when it was given to class B amateurs.

 My first radio was a PYE Westminster.Power output was 12 watts and the antenna was a dipole.

                                   

  Later i added a preamp to boost receive signals and put up an HB9CV beam antenna.

 

 

4m Band Plan

 

 

 

 Now more countries and people are using 4m. Please don't block the calling channel with your QSO.                    If you have a synthesized rig, there really is no excuse for not QSY-ing. If a lack of crystals mean that you can't find a clear channel, then please be considerate if you stay on 70.45: keep the overs short, and listen carefully between them for other stations trying to call in.


   Equipment i am using now               

                                                           An Anytone AT-588 68 - 88mhz

                          

 

 

                                                          My other 4m Rig is a Key KME80

                           

                                                                     

                                  For 4m SSB i am using a Icom IC 7100. Antenna half wave dipole.

                                       

 

 There is a Parrot Repeater and Echolinks on 4m.

A Parrot repeater  stores and forwards your audio and replays it on the same frequency.

 

MB7FM in Tring   ON AIR Again     30/07/2017

 

News on MB7PA. I have been informed MB7PA has been closed down

 

 

                                            
   

 If you want any more information on 4m try this web site.

 

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