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My name is Frans. QTH in JO32AA. I live in a small village named Rheden. This is about 10 km from Arnhem.
To the west there is the National park Veluwezoom. Some hills are higher as the top from my Arial :-).
Sometimes its nice to be portable on one of the hilltops from one of the greatest National Parks from the Netherlands.
Station description:
80-40-20-15 and 10 meter TS-120V with TL-120 is 100 W in an longwire antenna.
10-12 or 18 meter FT 817 with TL-120 is 50 W in an long wire antenna.
6 meter FT 817 with 5 Watt into an 8 element G0KSC dual band antenna.
or TS 120V with transverter Practical Wireless Meon 28/50 MHz makes 15 Watt.
4 meter TS-120V with transverter OZ2M 28/70 MHz about 20 Watt into an 8 element G0KSC dual band antenna.
Transverters and antenna are homemade.
2 meter FT-225 RD about 25 Watt in an 9 element Tonna.
My tower is an Tennamast from 12 Meter high.
QSL is 100% via buro.
From the 02 of June until 16 of June we are on holiday and DXpedition in Israel. Maybe with the call 4X8PA otherwise our homecall. We are qrv on shortwave and 6 meter. Crossband 6 meter / 4 meter (+/-70.190 MHz) is also possible. QSL via the homecall. Follow us at http://Dutch-4x-team.blogspot.nl
From the 19 of July until 21 of July I am on holiday at Morokulien at the border of Sweden and Norway.
See www.sj9wl-lg5lg.com for more information. From there you can expect activity on the hf band.
Best 73

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