From 20 to 29 August I action from Baveno, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Italy.
QTH locator : JN45GV
QSL via home call or LoTW
Dear OM YL,
My name is Johan, licensed since 1977 with the callsign PD0HQF. Upgraded in 2010 to full license and gotthe new callsign PB2A.I live in the Southern part of the Netherlands in a small city Bavel, near Breda.
Member of : DIG (# 3662), NAFRAS (#11), EPC (# 12211)
I QSL 100% on Logbook of the World, and although I'm happy to return bureau cards, it might take me some time; thanks in advance for your patience. E-QSL, not my favorite, I only answers them. SWL-Reports are also welcome and will be confirmed with a QSL card
Direct QSL (Europe SAE with 1$ - Outside Europe SAE with 2$) lease do not send me any IRC. They are not vallid anymore in the Netherlands
lease do not send me any IRC. They are not vallid anymore in the Netherlands.
If you aren't using Logbook of the World yet, it is a much more efficient way to track and apply for DXCC, WAS, VUCC, and WPX awards. It is free to use, you don't have to be an ARRL member, and it is now easier than ever to get started. Head over to http://arrl.org/lotw to learn more.
You're on D-STAR give a call on PI1HWB 70 centimeters (usually “B” Node) 438.100 Mhz -7.600Mhz
Please see ON4UN & ON4WW's "Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur". It is a good read for the beginner and a good refresher for the expert.
Thanks for looking me up.
73' Johan PB2A
If you want to contact me via Twitter, you can! http://www.twitter.com/pb2a on Twitter!
Visit also my homepage: http://www.pb2a.nl
Here you can see the local weather station at the moment in Breda
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