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Hello OM/YL,

thanks for looking to my biography on QRZ.com.

I'm Frans Eijgelaar born 17 may 1962 in Leeuwarden.

I'm working as a service technician and Inspector for climat instalations.

Licensed since 1991. Old Callsigns: PE1OAT (1991-1992), PA3GEH (1992-2001) and PA9RM (2001-2005)

member of VERON dep: A14 (1991), PI4COM (Contestgroup Oude Maas). www.pi4com.nl

Dutch QSL region: R37.

I moved in march 2007 from Dronrijp (Friesland) to Rotterdam (Charlois) where I started to set up a much better and larger station I ever had before.

My house is a top apartment so the antenna's could be mounted at a minimum hight of 18m , after a lot of experiance I have the following set-up,

Antennas HF: Optibeam OB 11-5, dipole on 30m , windom for 40m, 80 and 160m.

             VHF: 5 element beam for 6m and 13 element beam for 2m (still under construction).

Rigs: Icom IC-781 and Icom IC-7400.

Microphones: Heil Pro set Elite HC5 and Shure studio mike.

For digital modes: MicroHAM micro KEYER II (on HF) and USB interface III (on HF / VHF).

Rotor: PST 61D for HF and Ham IV for VHF.

Software: Windows7 with Logger 32, HRD logprograms and Wintest 4,10 for contests.

I like contesting, DX hunting and helping my friends at PI4COM.

CU on the bands.

73

Frans PA5F

My shack anno may 2014.

My optibeam OB11-5

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