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Thanks for watching my page. I'm "on air" as Ham since 1980 as PD0MFW. In 1984 I got the call PE1KNA and in 1986 I became PA3EKK. With 2 x K in the suffix it is hard to read "EKK" in CW, so I got in 1998 the call PA1AT. 



"It is not the class of license the Amateur holds.
but the class of the Amateur that holds the license."

Member of DIG #3643 And SOTA / WCA chaser / activater MRR#239

I am a keen QSL card collector. Please send your QSL card if we have had a QSO.

My last SOTA activation on De Observant, 27-07-2015: PA/PA-003  


Telegraphy - The noble art of communication. 
Telegraphy is unique for the hobby!

Some people say that life is too short for QRP, but I would like to turn this statement upside-down by saying: That the World Is Too Small For QRO!

Amplifiers don’t make a foolish person more skilled, it just makes his foolish behaviour more noticeable.


Now, when I hear a dx station I try to work them the best I can, but mostly, the other ones worked with power and great antennas.

When I can work a dx station, I feel great, if the far away station doesn't hear me, it is fine, too. 

So I have no stress and can work on the bands very relaxed.





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