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DMR ID: 2044031

Echolink node 874312 locally active on Tetra

QRG 430.9250 MHz DMO
ID 1000
MCC 204
MNC 7373

Please visit my website http://www.pe2kmv.nl

Direct QSL is okay, I'll pay the answering card. NO bureau please

At the left side: the base station antennas (Hygain AV-620, Diamond X-30, Comet CA-ABC22a and discone). Right: paradise by the dashboard light: 2m Motorola GM950 HHCM (hand held control microphone)

ON3HCO, ON7UZ, PB1SAM and PE2KMV field event on December 20. 2014

The picture above shows the ONFF-001 activation by ON7UZ, ON3HCO, PB1SAM and PE2KMV. The Mercedes ML in the front operated the 40m headquarter, the Skoda Octavia in the middle housed the 2m station and the LaRo Discovery at the right was the (very busy) 20m station. A total of 204 QSO were made within a few hours, operation from the highst point of Belgium. PB1SAM has a story worth reading about this event on his webpage (in Dutch).

Another ONFF activation on March 21st. 2015. That day ON3HCO, ON7UZ, PB1SAM and myself have activated ONFF-371. From a beautiful spot in the middle of nowhere over 200 stations were contacted on HF. Although the weather was changing rapidly, multiple OM from nearby came for some eyeball QSO. At the picture my station: on a tripod with some PVC tubes the G5RV Junior, in the car the good old Icom IC-706mk2G and the MFJ-971 tuner. This station mainly operated on 17m and a few QSO on 20m and 12m.

A long long time ago my HAM activities have started. It was somewhere at the end of the nineties, when I swapped the CB for a full license. Afterward I was still using my old CB gear to be QRV some 1 MHz higher. My dear friend ON6HCO has dug up some pictures of those old times when we were QRV /M on HF. In those days I still owned my red Volkswagen Golf type 3, which was a great car for a radio amateur: plenty of space to mount radio equipment and hide the wiring behind the dashboard.

 

 

 

 

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