Roger J. Cooke G3LDI
My first venture in RTTY was in 1962 with a Creed 7B. I worked 132 countries and entered several contests in those days, operating with my home brew SSB exciter and home brew linear, running a pair of 813's and a home brew 3 el beam for 20 metres and a Mosley Elan for 15/10 metres stacked above. I used FSK on the VFO and in those days 850Hz or 850c/s shift.
Now I run MMTTY for DX working on a PC for RTTY and MMVARI or DIGIPAN for PSK. For RTTY/PSK contesting I use N1MM +.
I run a DX Cluster, GB7RDX, using the CC-CLuster software with access via Telnet: g3ldi.no-ip.org Port 7000
I'm a keen RTTY contester using N1MM with MMTTY on a PC running XP. I also write for PW, Radcom and and have a regular RTTY column in the CDXC magazine. I am the co-ordinator for the RSGB GB2CW Morse Transmission Service, and Programme Secretary for the Norfolk ARC.
Roger Cooke, G3LDI
Roger Cooke joined the committee in 2002. His remit was to provide technical advice. However, he was persuaded by Dick, G3URA, to become Chairman from January 2005.