I'm HAM/SWL since the early '70 and got my licence since 2004.
After the novice call ON2DSP and ON3DSP I have got the A-licence and change the call to ON7DS.
On regular times I used also my second call : OT1D.
I'm running my station from the village of Kontich. This QTH, situated at approx 10 km S/E from the port and the historical city of Antwerp.
My XYL is also Ham operator with the call ON2DMT.
I receive QSL only via de bureau (not direct and no e-QSL please).
SWL reports are always welcome, I've been shortwave and HAM listener since the seventees and also a member of DX-Antwerp for many years !
Most of the time I am QRV on Dstar ,C4FM, FM and DMR via the ON0DP repeater but of course also on HF .
Above you can see a picture of Tintin(in dutch:Kuifje),created around 1929 by the Belgian Hergé.
Who is Tintin? Tintin started as a reporter of the Brussel journal le Petit Vingtième, at the ende of the early 20's. The young artist Hergé, the maker of Tintin, has always been a little jalous on his creature. He himself dreamt always about becoming a big reporter and journalist.Tintin is a reporter who don't write anything down you tell him,instead of that he alwasy went out for a investigation himselfs and he was never scared from anybody. Tintin's first tripwas to the Sovjet-Union. In the next adventures he went to Congo ( This was at that time a part of Belgium ), and to America.Tintin sat never still, this can we see in his next adventures. In chronological order he comes in Arabia, Central-America, South-America And another time in South-America, in China, in Tibet and even twice on the moon, look at Destination moon and Explorers on the moon.As often Tintin travles, so less he is typing on his typewriter. Sometimes he runs with a camera but never we read an spectacular article or interview.Tintin as a reporter seems like a fake, but a good fake. This because nowadays millions of people are still crazy about Tintin.Here you can see thedifferent languages: http://www.tintinologist.org/guides/books/lang01.html
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