Readers of this blog will probably be aware that I am located in a modern, closely built housing estate which includes restrictive convents ; no outdoor, visible antennas being the worst restriction. On the plus side there are no overhead telephone/power cables, so it has a relatively tidy skyline.
The above restrictions encourage a ham to operate using indoor or/and hidden, stealth antennas; which necessitates, or is sensible to run low power.
So the set up at present is a 44ft attic mounted inverted V doublet for 30m-10m bands and a 20m long endfed wire, via a smartuner for 80-30m bands. Hardly a DX busting instillation but VK and Japan worked amongst some other surprising results.
So, 100 CW Dxcc worked using mainly QRP and indoor antennas with the occasional QRO burst of 25w or so. Getting 100 confirmed Qsl may take another 10 years or so ;-)
|100 CW DXCC worked|
|10 year progress|
|Attic Doublet feedpoint|