Marketing & Publicity
HB9XIS, HB0XIS, 4U1ITU (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, ITU, 1972)
LX/G3XTT (Luxembourg, 1977)
GJ6UW (Jersey, 1982)
ZS9Z & V51Z (Walvis Bay & Namibia, 1994)
TF/G3XTT (Iceland, 1997)
9M0C, 9M6/G3XTT (Spratly Is. & East Malaysia, 1998)
D68C (Comoros, 2001)
Various IOTA operations (GJ3XTT/P EU-099, GB0SK EU-059, G3XTT/P EU-109,
G0KPW, G3XTT/VP9, GJ (various), GU (various), GW8GT, HC8N, M6T, 4U1ITU,
9G5AA, XT2DX, ZS6/G3XTT
GB50 (Windsor Castle, 2002)
M2000A (Greenwich, 2000)
RSGB, CDXC, FOC, GMDX, NCDXF, UKSMG, Reading & District ARC, ARRL
Don was first licensed in 1968 after a brief spell as a BC and MW DXer and
then as an amateur SWL. His main interests have always been in the
competitive side of amateur radio, especially DXing on the LF bands and
contesting, although his station is capable of operation from 160 to 70cm.
Don has all current DXCC entities worked and confirmed.
Don is a past editor of the RSGB’s DX News Sheet and has been a columnist
for various amateur radio magazines since 1983. He currently writes the HF
column for the RSGB’s magazine RadCom. Don has also served on many amateur
radio committees, and is Manager of the IOTA contest.
Don worked in the telecommunications industry for almost 30 years, before
taking early retirement. He now focuses on his amateur radio interests,
which he combines with other travel and social activities. He is married to
Janet, and they have children, Helena and Edward.
JA1RJU, Kazu san
JH4RHF, Jun san
JA3AER, Taizo san