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Hello fellow ham!
Nice to have met you / hope to meet you (again)!
For more info, check out http://www.ph0no.net/
I am working portable regularly.
If you hear me working /P, do check out the pictures below
to get an idea of what my set up looks like.


  • I will QSL via the bureau + eQSL + LOTW unless you specify otherwise (eQSL and LOTW periodically).

  • I reply directly to all cards I receive directly (no need for contribution).

  • If we have QSLed before I will not send another card unless you request one (I will still confirm via eQSL and LOTW).

  • This QSL policy is also applicable to my /P operations.


Short bio

  • I started out on 11m (27.555 etc.) in the eighties working stations around the globe

  • Got my ham novice license (PD0RLH) in 1994 and worked some local stations on 2m FM

  • Inactive from 1995 - 2010

  • Started (again) on HF in July 2010 - on 10, 20 and 40m

  • Upgraded to full license in June 2011

  • EPC #14479



I have activated 41 PAFF (Dutch flora and fauna) areas, 4 FFF (French) areas and 2 IFF (Italian) areas - 20 of the areas were previously unactivated

PAFF-001, 002, 005, 006, 013, 014, 016, 018, 019, 029, 030, 031, 032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 039, 040, 041, 042, 044, 046, 047, 048, 049, 050, 051, 053, 054, 055, 056, 058, 059, 060, 061, 062, 065, 067, 069

FFF-034, 049, 081, 087 and IFF-660, 702

Check out the Dutch Flora and Fauna (PAFF) website for more info


I have activated 10 castles so far: PA-00042, 82, 104, 110, 114, 130, 742, 1487, 1793 and F-05272 (all previously unactivated)

Check out the Dutch WCA / Castles on the Air (COTA-PA) website for more info

You can find more info about my activities on: http://www.ph0no.net/p/ph0no-activities.html


Below is my typical portable, mobile and home setup:

Ventenna dipole on alu mast at 8-9m HyEndFed wire, vertically on 12m rod   Sirio 4-el 10m beam
Ventenna - Portable Portable setup using Spieth mast and wire    


AlexLoop 7-30Mhz


Portable 6 band HexBeam by Folding Antennas



Inverted V (for 40m or 80m)



QTH: End fed sloping from attic window into the garden









  Home Portable Mobile
Rig IC-756 Pro III FT-857d, FT-817nd (5w) FT-857d

HyEndFed end fed wire antenna (various bands), usually sloping from the house into the garden (see picture 8) or at night on a vertical pole through the attic window

Ventenna dipole (various bands) used at night on a push up pole through the attic window

AlexLoop Walkham small magnetic loop (7-30Mhz), in the attic

Ventenna dipole (various bands), on a aluminum push up mast (see picture 1)

HyEndFed end fed wire antenna (various bands), usually vertical using a Spiderbeam pole or a tree branch (see picture 2&3)

Inverted V wire antenna on a Spiderbeam fibreglass pole for the low bands  (see picture 7)

C-pole wire antenna on a Spiderbeam pole for 40m

AlexLoop Walkham small magnetic loop (7-30Mhz), favourite when on foot / by bicycle (see picture 5)

Portable Hexbeam by Folding Antennas on a aluminum push up mast (see picture 6)

Sirio 27-4 4 element 10m yagi on aluminum push up mast (see picture 4)

DX-UHV mobile antenna, magnet mounted







Contact map

(star = digital, dot = phone, colour indicates band)



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