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but unfortunately only HAM operators seem to know it .

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 ofDependency into your business operations. If a main internetrouter goes down, or if a cellular network goes down, business stops running, causing huge financial loss. No much people have taking into consideration the impact on the business if they had no Internet access for 1,2,4,8 hours. If you use email, (and who doesn?t), what would be the impact if you had no access to your email for such a period? People become when there phone or internet goes down? 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.

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

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

Still having a lot to learn, and hoping to learn a lot. Hope to work you all.

73, ON3VTA




Field - Deltaloop testing


2 Meter testing with my buddy ON3FPG at the highest point in my area (76 meters above sea level), also the highest point between the rivers the Schelde and the Leie.
Sint-Denijs - Perrestraat - 50? 46' 50'' N *** 3? 21' 12'' E *** JO10qs


ON6CK - Section KTK - Field Day sept 2013

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


My Working Conditions
Go Box - Flightcase 19" Rack - Icom 7000 - ATU-180
Yaesu vx8r (portable and in-car)
Mobile Antena's - Diamond X-50 - X-600H- Long Buddypole Deluxe - G3MVLB - 2x HighEndFed 80-10m
M0uoo - Mast - wheelbase - winch - 9m
180 Ah  / battery power
QTH Antenna's - Diamond VX2000 - Multiband 10-20-40m 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 / BUREAU - NO EQSL - NO LOTW

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