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Thank you for the nice QSO! I am originally from Belgium but moved to the US in April 2000. I received my first Ham License in 1994. My callsign in Belgium was ON1CLE. I became a US Ham in 2002 and was talking with the world with my first US callsign KG4RZW.Since January 2011 I am proudly using my new call NC4ON. The fact that I live in North Carolina(NC) as a former Belgian(ON) Ham, I think you can see why I picked this call...

My working conditions:

Radio :       Apache Labs ANAN 200D
Antenna :   Hex Beam K4KIO (2M - 20M)

Antenna :   Carolina Windom 160 (30M-40M-80M-160M)
Amplifier : Ameritron ALS-600

Tuner :       MFJ-962C

Q. What's the difference between the ANAN-100D and the ANAN-200D?

A. Here are some of the significant differences:

  • The 200D has a jumperless motherboard, so features and options are software selectable on the 200D where the 100D uses internal jumpers.
  • The 200D's Cyclone IV EP4CGX150 FPGA sports 150,000 Logic Elements vs the 100D's 115,000 logic elements, leaving room for future expansion.
  • The 200D has a predistortion feedback network built in, so you save the trouble of adding your own external loop
  • The 200D uses a more precise 100PPB reference clock.
  • The 200D uses the Orion platform but only uses 2 at this time.(Although the Orion card supports three, a future item.)

​For anyone who likes to know more about the Anan radios, take a look at following website...



      "It is not the class of license the Amateur holds but the class of the Amateur that holds the license."





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QRZ Logbook Summary for - NC4ON
Latest Contacts for NC4ON at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
VE3QAM 2015-05-17 30m CW EN93rl Canada Mark Pecen
IW2LXD 2014-01-26 17m SSB JN45iv Italy Andrea Sangalli
EA3NG 2014-01-26 17m SSB JN01oc Spain Jose Bonache Garcia
TF2MSN 2014-01-05 15m SSB HP84xh Iceland Odinn Thor
N6JPG 2014-01-02 17m USB CM98nj United States Joseph P Green
EI4IT 2013-12-31 17m SSB IO64dw Ireland John Nee
TI4MCS 2013-12-28 20m SSB EK70wf Costa Rica MILTON CHAVERRI
ZL2WL 2013-12-26 15m SSB RF80ki New Zealand Wayne . Lester . Z L 2 W L . WILSON (0226128922)
IK4MEE 2013-12-26 15m SSB JN62ks Italy ATHOS PELLIZZOLA
VK2DX 2013-12-25 20m CW QF56oe Australia Nick Hacko
TF2MSN 2013-12-18 10m SSB HP84xh Iceland Odinn Thor
DL1EJA 2013-12-14 10M SSB JO31ds Germany Oliver Reinders
ON3BK 2013-12-08 17m SSB JO11ud Belgium kurt van de rostyne
DC2AC 2013-12-08 17m SSB JN59cj Germany Martin Friedrich Wunderlich

Book Totals: 203 qso's   199 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

World Continents Award#13433
Granted: 2016-05-19 01:55:02   (NC4ON)

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