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  • Member of Dutch Radio Amateur Society VERON

  • Member of Dutch OTC club

Index of the QRZ page of PA1NL(use the shortcuts)




QSL-cards & LotW, eQSL

I am a collector of QSL cards, however .........
Times are changing but there are things that should not change.
As of 1 November 2013 I am no longer interested in receiving fully computerized QSL cards.
In my opinion a QSL card contains a personal message from one ham to another ham.
QSL cards with labels with many QSO's lose the personal aspect in my opinion.
The unnecessary, needless exchange of QSL cards also touches environmental aspects.
So I have tried to find a policy to give the QSL card exchange that value that it deserves.
If you have any suggestion to make the work out of this policy more complete please let me know.

  • Via the buro

    • Received QSL cards of first QSO's with a handwritten QSL card request and/or signed will be replied.

  • Direct by mail

    • From outside Europe:
      Please add two greenstamps and a SAE

    • From within Europe:
      Please add one greenstamps and a SAE

  • Electronic confirmation LOTW, eQSL and DCL

    • All QSO's (including contest QSO's) will be uploaded to LOTW, eQSL and DCL within a couple of days.

  • SWL's are kindly invited to send reports. Please follow the QSL policy as indicated above.

Contest exchange information & Location information

CQ Zone
ITU Zone

First licence

Province: Drenthe. Abbreviation: DR
EU PSK Area Code: EUNLDR (Province Drenthe); EPC # 11523
DX Discovery Award Territories List: DXDA-2342 (Province Drenthe)

SKCC nr 9140

6344 (since 23 March 2014)
PA1NL's first official amateur radio licence was provided 1 July 1977

Base station HF
Since January 2010 with the station underneath more then 60.000 QSO's were made in all modes; most of them during contests.


FLEX - 5000A-RX2/PowerSDR v2.7.2



SHURE WH20XLR (microphone only, no ear shells)


ACOM 1000

Tuning unit

LDG AT-1000 / LL-tuner


Dipole 2x 13.75m (ZS6BKW) (40m)
Dipole 2x 20m (80m)
Inverted L-antenna (160m)

Sommer Antenna P5C: Periodic Multiband System (10-15-20m)
This is a five elements antenna designed by DJ2UT and VK2AOU.
The three elements for 20m are full size; the elements for 10m and 15m are working collineair. The P5 does not have traps.

P5C Dreibandbeam im Sonnenuntergang (Ortsverband Landau, Fieldday 2012)
The beautiful picture along side was taken during the Fieldday 2012 of Ortsverband K14 Landau, (Germany) and was sympathetically made available for this QRZ.com page.


DDUTIL / PowerSDR Data Transfer
VAC / VSPE / vspMgr
N1MM Logger+ / JT65 / WSPR / FreeDV
CW Skimmer


Remote operation HF

RCForb Server


For remote operation RCForb is used. If you want to use my Online Remote Base then you have to install the RCForb (Client) software. If you want to setup your own remote station then you have to install RCForb (Server). You can find the software at http://www.remotehams.com/forums/index.php

Mobile operation HF


FLEX - 3000 / PowerSDRv2.7.2




  • Valor PRO - AM Single band HF Mobile Antenna PHF20, PHF40 & PHF80
    Type: Fibre Glass Helical, Tuneable Whip, Max. 250W
    Length: Aprox. 2.25 Meter

  • The set of PRO-AM sticks works good. The antennas are well constructed and not expensive


Dell Studio 15 (i5), 4GB

LF Operation 136 khz
TX - line Flex-5000A -> Exciter -> RACAL Decca 5501 (mod.)
RX - line Flex-5000A with G0MRF-preamplifier (136 khz)
Antenna Inverted L (Vert.: 19m. Hor: 40m;  tuned with variometer)
MF Operation 477 khz
TX - line Not yet operational
RX - line Flex-5000A with G0MRF-preamplifier (474 khz)
Antenna Inverted L (Vert.: 19m. Hor: 40m;  tuned with variometer)

Used languages during SSB operation

- Dutch

- Russian

- English

- German

Other information

Veteran of Royal Netherlands Army Signal Corps

MFO Egypt (1983)

SFOR Bosnia & Herzegovina (1999)

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