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Thanks for taking the time to work me, it is greatly appriciated.

 

My name is Gerrit, an (for most people) unpronouncable name originated by my Dutch origin. Feel free to call me 'Gary’ if that’s easier for you.

 

I have been interested in radio since I was about 10 years of age, but it took a while before I started learning for my Ham Radio licence. In 2009 I got my Dutch full licence and became PA2LO. I still am the holder of this callsign and I use the Dutch QSL-bureau for my QSL's.
In 2010 I went to a Hamfest in St Petersburg, Fl. and passed the technician, general and amateur extra tests the same day. FCC gave me the beautifull combination AJ4YX. With some fantasy it is almost the name of the famous Dutch soccerteam AJAX (do you remember Johan Cruyff?)

 

I am currently using an Icom IC-7600.

Microphone isthe Heil PR-781.
The HF antenna's are a Force-12 XR5(on a 45-feet tower) and a Force-12 620|340(on a 90-feet tower).

For 80 there is a homemade sloper antenna.

 

 

I'm a proud member of ARRL and VERON (the Dutch Amateur Radio Society)

 

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Please QSL via PA2LO by Dutch QSL-bureau only. Thanks!

 

 

Thanks for reading and hope to meet you (again).

 

73 Gert (AJ4YX)

 

 

 

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