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Thanks for visiting my call-sign. I am35 years old and have my licence sinds7 years( april 2006 )I live in the central part of holland (Netherlands) in a town called: "Veenendaal" grid loc: jo22sa

I like to hunt of DX on VHF. I do  MS and other digital modes on VHF. As you can see on the picture I'd also like to hunt for big fish, DX-ing is almost the same for me. I'am always looking for the big DX-fish. for more info please send a email to info@pa7es.nl     www.pa7es.nl

I will be active on: 6/4/2 Mtr.

Build a new 5 elements monobander for 50Mhz and a 6 elements beam for 70Mhz

For 144Mhz I use a homemade 10el DK7ZB + Kuhne 144mhz LNA




The equipment I use:

Icom 7700 for HF.

Icom 7100 ( 70Mhz allmode )

Kuhne tr 144H Transverter for 144Mhz

Beko HLV-1500 144Mhz

Beko HLV-950 50/70Mhz

USB microkeyer II for digitail modes

My setup (April 2014)

Beko HLV-1500  144mhz

Beko HLV-950  50/70Mhz

Icom 7700 in combination with a Kuhne tr-144H+40  144mhz transverter

Icom 7100 in combination with a microkeyer II

5 el. 50mhz, 6 el.70Mhz and 10 el. 144mhz.

My little Girl  (born thirt of October 2013)

"Tommy" our Airedale Terrier.

Another hobby, Carp fishing   "catch and release"

qsl is 100% only by buro, NO EQSL

you can also look at my website: www.pa7es.nl ( dutch )

73's the PA7ES ERIK

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