Episode 370 – Robert Nash – G4GEE

Dr. Robert Nash, G4GEE, discovered early on that amateur radio is a social hobby that makes him a citizen of the World with friendships on every continent.  Working DX and dedicating time to his local club, the Coventry Amateur Radio Society, is his formula for ham radio success.  G4GEE is my QSO Today.

Hometown:  Coventry, UK
First License: 1976,  Amateur Radio Class B, United Kingdom

Morse Code Mentor: Roy G3DKF 
UK Amateur Radio Class A License with 12 WPM Morse 

Robert’s Lesotho Callsign: 7P8DD

Current Rig: 
Icom 706 Mark I HF Transceiver
Icom IC-7300 HF Transceiver
70 MHz K4ERO Antenna
Icom IC-701 HF Transceiver

Bang & Olufsen Radio with SW Band
Top Band AM
British Forces Network
Scanning Electron Microscope
University of Saint Andrews, Chemistry,  Dundee
Unraveling of Watson Crick and Andrews
Tubes, Valves
University of Newcastle
General Electric Company, Coventry
11 Plus Exam English School System
Jaguar Research Center, Coventry
West Midlands, UK
BBC – British Broadcasting 
Barry Sowter G3NAP
Cornwall Jubilee Week
Yaesu FT-200 HF Transceiver (sold in USA as Henry Tempo 1)
Two Meter 4 Element Quad Antenna
G5RV Antenna
Cushcraft Vertical Antenna
DXCC Award
Worked All Britain Awards
Shetland Islands
Country of Lesotho
Mesaru, Lesotho
QSL Manager
Alan Birch G4NXG
Norwegian Cruise Lines
Yaesu FT817 HF/VHF/UHF Transceiver
G0NZI Wonderwand Antenna
Saga Cruise Line
Russian Aircraft Carrier
Coventry Amateur Radio Society
English Secret Listener World War 2
Bletchley Park
L. B. Cebik,  W4RNL, Antenna Guru
John K4ERO Antenna
University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Dayton Hamvention
Ham Radio Friedrichshafen
Eddie Leighton, ZS6BNE
Loneliness in Older People

Greatest challenge facing amateur radio now:
lack of new, younger hams. 

Excited most by: digital modes, satellites, and meeting new people. 

Advice to new or returning hams: get on the air and talk to people. 

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