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On June 19th 1967 I received my C-License (144 MHz-up) in The Netherlands and the call sign PAoCOC at the age of 19. At the start I used to work the VHF 2-meter band quite intensively using AM and a home brew crystal controlled transmitter. After my graduation as a BSc Electrical Engineer I focused on my career and consequently the hobby suffered. I obtained however a A-class full license: "12 wpm morse code" and started operating vintage equipment e.g. Collins, Drake and military stock surplus. This gives me great joy and satisfaction. By the end of the seventies I lived and worked in the UK. The UK Home Office granted me the call sign G5MHS in those days. In July 2003 I immigrated to South Africa. I live on a 120 acres "hobby farm" on the east bank of the Klip River 30 miles south of Johannesburg.

cuagn dr OM 73

"Soar on the Wings of Friendship"

 

A BIG FIRE ON THE FARM AND A STORM DESTROYED MOST OF MY ANTENNAS RECENTLY.

ONLY A OCF-DIPOLE FOR HF AND A V2000 FOR VHF/UHF ARE AVAILABLE FOR NOW

 

STATIONS AVAILABLE

80-40 METER STATON

TS-520; TL922; SHURE 444; Straight Key; Extended Double Zepp

30-10 METER STATION

FT-902DM; FV-901DM; YO-901; FC-901; FL 2100B; SHURE 444; Straight Key; Extended Double Zepp

6 METER STATION

FT-726R; Henry 2006A; (Mirage A-1015G as a spare); 3-Element V

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