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Hello, and thanks for the lookup.


I was first licensed in 1995 as ON1CFK (thanks Mark ON1AHM for the teaching sessions) and got the A-license in 2005.

Currently working as on-field service engineer for a Dutch/German company.

Main interest is DX-chasing and some contesting as a member of the OT5D contest "gang".

Main tranceiver is the FT-2000, Kenwoods TS570D and TS930SAT are used as backup.

The Optibeam OB9-5 (9 element, 5 band) covers the 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10 meter, while for the 40 and 80 meter bands some wire antennas and shortened dipoles are used.

The mobile station consist of the FT857D, the ATAS120A for HF, and a Diamond NR950M for VHF/UHF.

Other hobby is tree-cutting for firewood, wich is verry destressing and keeps the family warm.


73's & hope to hear you on the air.



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