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Hello OM or Yl,

We are PI9SRS, a ham radio station at the scouting group called ‘Hartelgroep’ (boy + girl scouts/troop). The club station has about 20 members from and around the Spijkenisse area.  We are located in Spijkenisse, a small city 15 km south of Rotterdam.

 

                                                   

 

The building, which also contains our shack, was built in 2003. We have the following equipment:

  • Kenwood TS-850S (this is our main HF Rig)
  • Yaesu FT-847 ( We don’t use this one very often, only with 2m contests)
  • Kenwood TS-711E, 2m, 10 watts (used for local communication)
  • Kenwood TS-811E, 70cm, 10 watts (used for local communication
  • 400 watt home-made amplifier for HF operation.

We have 2 towers:

VHF/UHF tower:

  • 21m high
  • Antennas:
  1. 10 el. 145mhz yagi (flexa)
  2. 21 el. 430mhz yagi (flexa)
  3. HB9CV for 6 meters (50mhz)
  4. Vertical for 6m + 2m + 70cm

HF tower:

  • 15m high
  • Antennas:
  1. Fritzel FB33 for 10m+15m+20m, this is our main HF antenna.
  2. And wire dipoles for 160m,80m and 40m (kattensnor) as an inverted V supported by the tower.

Both towers can be rotated (azimuth) by CDE Ham IV rotors, and can also be tilted for antenna maintenance. We are 0.4 meters below sea level (NAP), so our antennas are a bit less high.

If you have had a QSO with us, QSL can be send via the Dutch QSL buro we will answer so soon as possible ur qsl card. You can also send direct to our qsl manager Dirk PA3DHR for more info have a look at his qrz.com  please add 2 USD. E-QSL is also possible, it’s the fastest way to get our QSL we are logging automaticly after qso.

We have club meetings at Wednesday 19.30-22.00 local time and at Saturday 10.00-13.00 local time.

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