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On the picture above you can see me running our club station PI4KML/p during the cw field day in June 2013.

Did get my first hamradio license in 1977 and was active on VHF as PE1CCK.
From 1987, after passing the cw examen, I did get the full license and my callsign became PA3EQK.
From beginning 1999 my callsign changed into PA5WT.

In the past I did a lot of contesting on the VHF/UHF bands privately and with my club station PI4KML. In 1986 / 87 we, with PI4KML, did win the VHF/UHF-championship of the Netherlands. Some members of this group : Ton PA0ASH (SK), Carlo PE1MWL, Joop PE1DOY, Jelle PE1KDA and Pieter PA3FIW.

With some friends like Theo PA1TK,  Ton PA0ASH ( SK ), Rob PA3GVI  (see http://sitekreator.com/pa3gvi )  and Gerard, PA0FRX ( SK ) I was qrv from Luxembourg (LX ) several times. As LX/PA1TK/P we joined some of the major VHF/UHF contests.

On HF I am qrv as a cw-only operator ( and some RTTY ) running a modest station with a small yagi and wire antennas.
On VHF I like to do some dx
-ing in cw and ssb.

WHEN SENDING QSL PLEASE NO  IRC'S  !

The Reverse Beacon Network at www.reversebeacon.net is really an amazing tool for checking propagation on HF in realtime. Also very useful for 6 m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



How to make use of the RBN spots in your contest logger programm ? 
If your own cluster doesn't have skimmer spots availeble use e.g.  VE7CC-1 as your normal dx-cluster. 
The command  'set/skimmer'  turns on the skimmer spots.
Enjoy !


 

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