Amateur radio

On 1st July I sat the Advanced exam. Having passed, I am now fully licensed with the call sign M0RNW.

Amateur Radio Progress

On Thursday, 18 April, I sat and passed the RCF Intermediate exam. After a delay due to a problem on the Ofcom website, I finally got the call sign 2E0RJW on Friday 26th April.

So I am now allowed to work on all the amateur bands at powers up to 50W.

Next stage, the Advanced exam.

On the Air

Having completed and passed the foundation course and exam, I am now a licenced radio amateur with the call sign M6BYM.

Currently I am only able to on work 2m and 70cm (Baofeng UV-5R) but I expect to be on the 40m and 20m bands shorty, via a Softrock Ensemble RXTX.

IPv6 Certification

I have achieved the top level of certification for IPv6 with Hurricane Electric Apparently this means I will get a free T-shirt.
IPv6 Certification Badge for rjwellsted

Wolves LUG Christmas Quiz 2009 Answers

Congratulations to James and Amrik for 1st & 2nd place, now the answers
as promised complete with citations:

1.What is deoxyribonucleic acid better know as?

2.Which famous fictional character first appeared in “Beeton's Christmas
Annual 1887”?
Sherlock Holmes -

Wolves LUG Christmas Quiz 2009

Having failed to cause enough suffering in past years, here is my latest

As usual, email your answers directly to me, not to the list.

Wolves LUG Christmas Quiz Answers

As revealed at the Christmas Bash, here are the answers to the quiz:

Congratulations to the winners.

Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, see

Wolves LUG Christmas Quiz

Back by popular demand (well somebody asked me if I would do another one
this year!), here is this year's Christmas Quiz. Answers (and maybe a
prize) at the Christmas Bash on the 17th December (Answers will be
posted on the mailing list afterwards).

Please email your answers directly to me and not to the list.

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