Welcome to my G3XBM QRP website
STROKE UPDATE 12.10.16
Not a great deal of change.
Many of you know I had a cerebellum brain bleed in Sept 2013 and was in hospital for many months. Amateur radio field experiments and building work are largely on hold. Main issues are I feel giddy when I walk, my speech is poor and drinking thin liquids is not easy: I have to take small sips. All foods are OK now. All limbs, eyes, ears and intellect are fine. I still feel unwell and not my old self yet. I still tire easily and think I have to come to terms with the me I now am.
This is a
new and simpler version of my original website. Content is mainly related to low power (QRP) amateur (ham) radio projects. It is unusual for me to use more than a few watts of radiated power on any amateur radio band. More power can be fun for some, but I find that running low power is much more fun. The website is now organized in a more logical fashion by topic headings
on the left hand column. Click on each subject heading on the left to
see the sub-menus below.
On most pages clicking on any image will bring up a larger, clearer version.
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My other websites
|Roger G3XBM's (Mainly) Amateur Radio Blog
||Updated regularly with news of my projects plus amateur radio news in general that has caught my eye. Also now includes more general stuff occasionally.
|Sub 9kHz Amateur Radio
|The exciting world of VLF amateur radio where lots of new things are being discovered.
|A blog about other things that interest me or concern other than amateur radio.
|East Anglian Churches||A blog detailing our visits to churches in East Anglia.|
|Cambridgeshire Choral Society
|An amateur choral group in Cambridgeshire that produces major choral works in venues such as Kings College Chapel, Ely cathedral a few times every year. Membership is open to all and newcomers welcome.