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In August 1982, more then 30 years ago, I got my first license as a HAM on the age of 16. My first rig was a FT-227RA by Yaesu for 2 meter operations. After a couple of years I learned CW and after passing the test got a extra class license. At that time I had a FT-250 by Sommerkamp. In the '90's a was a long time not active as a ham, but busy working, studying and so on. In 2004 I became active again, first with a Yaesu FT897 a magnetic loop by MFJ and a inverted V wire antenna. In 2008 I moved to a nice new place and set up a dipole or 30 meters with open line feeders. I also have now a yaesu FT2K for HF operations.

One of my goals set is to try to work my DXCC on 30 meters with my modest station. As you can see, my effort begins to pay off. I like all modes, phone, CW, and digital.

QSL via bureau. I am a registered user of eQSL.cc (Authenticity Guaranteed). I also upload my log regular to LoTW. I am a member of ARRL, VERON and VRZA.

...Currently my QSL card has on the front side a image that is 'The Starry Night' bij the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. As it has wonderful lines and stars it does reflect some of the magic of hamradio, working the airwaves... For more information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Starry_Night

My years of effort have paid off. I got my WAS Digital Award early March 2016. Thanks to all the US Hams that made this possible by working me and confirming in LoTW.

Thanks for visiting my page and enjoy hamradio, 73, Jaap.
 


 

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