Hello, thanks for looking me up,
please note that when not in the UK, I use my Dutch call PA3BHF with any required prefix/suffix
WAB square: SU66 - WAB Book nr 20246 (See http://wab.intermip.net/Introduction.php for info about Worked All Britain)
SOTA Chaser and SOTA Activator (when I have a chance) (http://www.sota.org.uk)
Recently used callsigns:
- M0MPM - MW0MPM - S5/PA3BHF - PA3BHF - W1/PA3BHF - W4/PA3BHF - W9/PA3BHF -
Special event prefixes:
London Olympics 2012: MO0MPM
Queen's Diamond Jubilee: (2012) MQ0MPM
100th aniversity of the RSGB (2013): MV0MPM
in July 2014: LA/PA3BHF - OH/PA3BHF
Spring 2015: DL/PA3BHF in Munich,
Summer 2015: 9A/PA3BHF (Kornati national park IOTA EU-170)
Spring 2016: S5/PA3BHF - in JN75PX near Sevnica, Slovenia
Licensed since 1979 first as PE1DFE in The Netherlands.
Briefly held G5MPM during a holiday in the UK in 1979
Passed the morse test in 1980 and got PA3BHF in The Netherlands.
Moved to England in 1986, using G0/PA3BHF
From 2010 M0MPM in the UK, and PA3BHF when not in the UK.
Other prefixes used (but that was all last century): PE1DFE/LX, LX/PA3BHF, G0/PA3BHF, LA/PA3BHF (1993-1999 Oslo area), and a few PA3BHF/MM contacts from the northern North Sea onboard the M/V SeisVenturer and M/V SeisQuest
Operated GX4WAB from home on 11 July 2012 (early morning) during the run up to the olympics.
Picture taken at midnight CET, 00:00 3 Dec 2015 (23:00z 02/12/2015) during a 'First' G-PA on 60m.
This is my HF setup with the home-made 80m LSB MKARS on top - an excellent project and success almost guaranteed!
See www.radio-kits.co.uk and the yahoo group:http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/mkars80/
Amazing what a 5Wtts tranceiver can do with a decent aerial.
Antenna is a 26m long inverted 'L', between 2 trees, at about 9 mtrs above the ground.
I like contests, both HF and VHF, and every mode. Not to spent full time on it, but just see what I can work, try my software - I wrote my own logging program and control panel for the FT817nd.
For portable work I have a FT817nd 5w HF/VHF/UHF allbander, with an allband whip and simple dipole. That's what I use going /p on my business trips.
I'm also lucky enough the be a member of the multiple award winning local amateur radio club RADARC, which turned 80 years old in 2014 (founded in 1934)
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