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Hello OM/YL,

Welcome 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 climate installations.

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

member of VERON dep: A14 (1991)

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.

I'm a DX hunter and contester. Like my station. Almost every evening I'm in my shack for 2 hours to see if there are good conditions or looking for new DX. The Optibeam is a very good antenna and very pleasant to work with.

My house is a top apartment so the antenna's could be mounted at a minimum height of 15m , after a lot of experience I have the following set-up,

Antennas HF: Optibeam OB 11-5 at 18m, dipole on 30 and 40m at 15m, windom 80 and 160m.

             VHF: 4 el beam for 6m (under construction), a 1/2 wave vertical and 13 el beam for 2m at 17m.

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

Microphones: Heil Pro set Elite IC and Shure IC 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 also like helping my friends at PI4COM with antenna work.

CU on the bands.


Frans PA5F

My shack anno november 2014.

My optibeam OB11-5


HF and VHF antenna's, left are the 13 el 2m beam with vertical, the 4 el 6m beam is under construction.


Optibeam 6 el 15m beam placed in top by Kees PA3BWD (l) and me (r) at PI4COM with help from the crane.

below the weather conditions in Rotterdam for this moment.


73 and thanks for looking.

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