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Guess you are checking this site because we actually had a QSO on one of the Hambands... of course it would be my pleasure to confirm our contact but please send me a REAL qsl-card, that is: such an old-fashioned piece of paper showing our call-signs and the qso-details smiley

I am neither responding to, nor confirming any kind of digital request like eQSL or LOTW !

Buro is ok, but kind of slow, so if you need a fast and solid confirmation of our qso please send your card via Mail; return postage will be very much appreciated, but PLEASE NO IRCs !

I am working all bands between 80 and4 meters, running Icom 756proII plus Acom1000 amplifier into small antennas. My QTH is an appartment-building at the northern outskirts of Amsterdam, putting my antennas app. 56 M agl/asl in a very windy surrounding overlooking the North Sea... so apart from the dipole for 80/40M and5el yagis for 6M and 4MI am using verticals for the other bands.

 

 

 

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