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Experience shows that many businesses rely on the Internet and cellular Phone communications. Those are mostly single access mediums. It does introduce a Single Point of Dependency into your business operations. When Panic, Chaos or Disorder strikes at some place immediatly the regular well-known communication networks are overloaded. Sounds familiar? From that perspective I started to deepdive into ham radio science, and I became passionated around the mobile/portable field activation part of the hobby.  Amateur radio is one of the most fascinating scientific hobbies. Amateur radio enthusiasts enjoy to improve their skills and equipment. It is a great pleasure to be part of it, and to get in contact with fellows from all over the world - or from a QTH nearby. Helping each other is a great experience i found in the amateur radio community. All these aspects are part of the so-called "ham spirit". To share and to spread this spirit is a mission to every amateur radio enthusiast. Crossing borders by radio communications...

As said by Dr Kristalina Georgieva, European Union Commissioner for InternationalCooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response:

When all else fails, there is a last resort: the radio amateurs; the people who are the eyes and the ears of the world in time when all other information channels are silent. "Amateurs" is actually not the right word in this case: these are professional communicators who are listening to the heartbeat of the planet and registering the emotional vibrations of people who may be in danger. In short,
you are the last technical miracle, which is independent, reliable information channel, which can transmit an important piece of news from any place in the world, any time, by anyone who knows how to operate this wonderful creature, called radio. Your advantage is that you are independent. A well-trained radioman with good equipment and charged batteries can be a fantastic link between two villages, two countries or two continents. When organized in a Union, you are a communication superpower in time of total electronic darkness. But the most important part of your equipment is the people you have; the Bravehearts of men and women listening to people who may be in danger and may need help;the professional live-savers called strangely amateurs, who nevertheless act as volunteers when and where they are needed.


My Club section is KTK-UBA www.ktk.be

Currently I'm studying for my HAREC license. I received my basic licence and the end of april 2013...

Best 73, ON3VTA
5/10/2014 - UBA ON Contest 
80 meters SSB 5/10/2014 from 06:00 UTC to 10:00 UTC.
21/09/2014 - Belgium Mill Awards (BMA contest)
The Windmill "Couchez" (WIM 8080)
Together with on3GM (Geert) we activated the couchez windmill during the BMA contest on HF 80m
100% QSL card return is done through buro .




Portabele operations

                                                          Field testings with my buddy ON3FPG next to my M0uoo mobile mast...

Fieldday ON6CK/P

Mostly QRV for the KTK club field day activities.

Gullegem - Rommelen 2 - 50.858611 N *** 3.203888 E *** JO10ou





Working Conditions

Go Box - Flightcase 19" Rack - Icom 7000 - ATU-180

180 Ah / battery power

Yaesu vx8r (portable and in-car)

Mobile Antena's - Diamond X-50 - X-600H- Long Buddypole Deluxe - 5 different HighEndFed antenna's 80-10m - Deltaloop 10m - 160m

M0uoo - Mast - wheelbase - winch - 9m

Spiderbeam - Fiber & Allu mast - 18m


QTH Antenna's - Diamond VX2000 - Multiband 10-15-20-40-80m High And Fed - ... ...




I am also a member of B-Ears - the Belgian Emergency Amateur Radio Service.


  • The Belgium Ham operators workgroup- ready when disaster calls to answer immediately by restoring basic communication needs for other emergency services...

Please only written QSL card confirmation DIRECT / BURO - NO EQSL - NO LOTW

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