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I obtained my first JA ham radio license in 1964 and first USA license in 1976.
I have been enjoying DXing as well as chatting on digital modes.  My recent activity is mainly on Olivia mode and I have been enjoying chats with DX stations on Olivia mode.

Here is a table of possible time and frequencies for me to work various area of the world.  Whenever I call CQ I use the frequencies on the table.

I recently joined The Olivia Belgium Club #317.

Here is my setup:
Transceiver : IC-7410 with IC-PW1
Antennas :
Eight element HB9CV for 6 meter band
Five element tribander for 20, 15, 10 meter bands
and add on rotary dipole for 40 m.
Four element dual bander for 17 and 12 m
Two slopers for 75 and 80 m
Tower driven for 160 m

Software: MMVARI by JE3HHT, HRD+DM780
Interface: RigExpert Standard
PC: Windows7 Professional 64bit 6GB RAM, 4.5TB HDD

If you select PICTURE in themap on the right and zoom in, you can see the satellite image of my antennas.

 

 

 

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