Member of DIG (219) QSL valid for Red Ink Award (1498), ADXC and Waterland Award
My favourite occupation is contesting and you can find me almost every weekend in some contest, so if you happen to hear me just call and give me some points.
I have been travelling through ZL, VK and France during my sabattical leave october 2001-august 2002. I did activate several IOTA groups. I ask for real RS reports when you contact me, no standard 59 please.
All operations have been uploaded to LOTW. All QSL requests received were replied to; I still have QSL's left, so if you need one please send me your card, bureau or direct with SSAE.
Info on VK3FEI see that callsign.
ZL/PA0MIR operations if no match please check callsign:
ZL1/PA0MIR from oct. 11-29, 2001
ZL2/PA0MIR from nov. 4-9, 2001
ZL3/PA0MIR on nov. 10, 192001
ZL4/PA0MIR nov. 12-18, 2001
Several activities from France especially in the DFCF program from Department 25, the home department of the XYL have been performed and simple QSL has been sent to all stations contacted. All contacts have been put in the eQSL and LOTW servers. Profession: teaching physics at highschool Now retired since nov. 2004 and enjoying it. Hobbies: collecting stamps, playing and organizing and directingbridge-events
In 1969 a special operation to celebrate the Idzerda Memorial for 50 years broadcasting in the Netherlands has taken place, using the call PD3MIR for10 days in september.
In 1995 for all dutch amateurs were allowed the numeral 50, so I operated as PA50MIR for some time.
In september 2008 the callsign used was PA40MIR for 40 years of activity on the HF bands and celebrating the 40 years of contesting.
The special call PA600MIR has been used by PA0MIR for 4 periods in the year 2010.
During that time over 5000 QSO's were made.
All QSL have been uploaded to the GlobalQSL server and will be shipped soon if you make use of the IARU QSL bureau service. If not, you can request your QSL directly from PA0MIR but please with SAE and 2$$ or 1 valid IRC. Please note that 1$ will not pay for the postage, not even inside the European Union, but using a € 1,- coin will be ok.
If no previous card with PA0MIR has been exchanged, please do not forget to send yours.
Ihope you enjoyed the activity and we may be back with other special operations in due time.
PA0MIR visiting the VE6JY shack
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