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I start to listening on the radio in 1975 on the AM freq.That was the time from the seasender here in Europa. On 1979 it was the time of CB-27Mhz and that was the beginning for Radio Amateur. I Start with Listening on de HF Freq.in 1983 with SWLcall ONL3572. Thanks to my Fahter,because he say "go for your licence" became I in 1991 the call ON2AIC and work many calls on 144Mhz with Max 10W. On 1996 I became the call ON1DDT. I was active on 2/70 in the mobile and at home on 144Mhz with 50W. From 1998 I have the call ON4CIN and after 15 years off listening I send by my self on HF and hope that many SWL my signals can heard. From march 2006 I become the callsign ON6AT. My Father was also radio fanatic with his SWLcall ONL2309 from 1980 to 2005. On february 2005 he dying from a heart attack. He was 69 years.

I wasn't qrv from 2007 to 2010

Picture off 2012 Friedrichshaven

ON6AT on Friedrichshafen 2012

Work for the moment with:

FT-950 - Vertical ant. Cushraft R8 (40-10 and 6m) and Diamond 8010 for 80-40-20-15-10M in V.

FT-987D - Vertical W200 (VHF-UHF) 4Elb 144Mhz and 3Elb 6M

QRV on SSB / RTTY / PSK / JT65A and sometimes on CW, SIM31 and SSTV

From 21/07/2013 to 20/09/2013 Special Prefix : OO6AT

From 18/08/2013 to 27/08/2013 call EA7/ON6AT on SSB or EA/ON6AT mostley on JT65A (20m and 15m)

I'm also qsl manager for ON7ZT / ON50ZLZ / ON60Z / ON50Z

You can see my various logs below.

Hope to heard you and work you 73 Patrick

 

 

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