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Hi everyone,
I'm 60 and a HAM since 1974. My home is Mechelen, a place halfway between Antwerp and Brussels in this crazy country called Belgium.
I operate CW (95%) and SSB (5%) and I love chasing DX and tough awards.

Hardware here is a Kenwood TS-590, a Yaesu FT-817ND, a few keyers and a low 20m long OCFD, that's it.
For /P work I use a magnetic loop or a 20m end-fed and 9:1 Un-Un.

I'm always interested in hearing what I sound like in other parts of the world. If you happen to make a recording, please send me a copy or link together with the date and time of the recording.
Thank you beforehand.

73, good DX
Gust ON6KE


November 13th 2013:

39 years and plenty a perseverance it took
to qualify for this award.

Done with maximum 100 Watt and low
strung 20- and 40m dipoles.

R5BWAZ #1847  

will be displayed here the moment it arrives.
36 years this one took me.
Done with max. 100 Watt and small wire antennas.
My true pride.
#652 since November 14th 1945, it's a small club alright.
Single digit!
#9 since January 1st 2000, it's a very small club alright.
Other awards

20m DXCC (150)iiiiiiii17m DXCC
15m DXCC (150)iiiiiiii10m DXCC

243 worked, 236 confirmed, 6 deleted
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