My names is James Stevens and my passion is Amateur Radio. I’m a newly licensed ham (since 2013) but have progressed through the licensing scheme in less than a year to get my advanced callsign M0JCQ.
I like a broad spectrum of the hobby but my main passions are around portable operating where I can combine my love of the outdoors with some radio fun. I’m a keen SOTA activator and contest operator but equally I quite like a good inter-G ragchew on 40m.
My local club is Chesham & District Amateur Society (CDARS) where I serve as chairman.
The picture here is of me quite some time ago (circa 2009) while in the Himalayas in Nepal, sadly I wasn’t a ham at the time so didn’t have any radio equipment with me! I was at the Annapurna Base Camp at 4,050m ASL, the mountains behind me went up another 4km!
If you wish to contact me you can get hold of me on M0JCQ AT hamblog.co.uk (replace AT with @).