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HAM since 1987.

My name is Paul or Paulus if you like!
I like to call for DX on 144.300 MHz, 50 Watts. only.

Recently I started to operate on 6 and 20 meters, but there is a lot to learn.
On 20 meters QRP 5 Watts. only.


My setup:
Yaesu FT847.
Yaesu FT857d (Mobile).
Diamond F23 vertical for 2 meters, 21 meters above the street.
Flexayagi 11 elements for 2 meters, 16 meters above the street.

At the moment I use an Outback-2012 for 20 meters.
It is installed on my balcony at 6 meters above the street.



Yes it is me!!!


Nice view :-D


I use an old mobiel telephone holder to hold the front of the Yaesu FT857d.


Till now I enjoy the SuperGainer it is really fun to operate from my car.
On the right you see the Diamond SG7900 (SG stands for SuperGainer!!), on the left
the "Outback 2012"


The combination of the Yaesu FT857d, running @ 50 Watts (2 meters) in to
the SuperGainer, it is Joy and pleasure at the MAX

TC 73, Paul PE1LXX.

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