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Update: 3A/PA3FYM surprise operation from Monaco on March 20st 2017, 20.28 - 23.14 UTC
(after which the police for the 2nd time insisted I had to leave because
'Monaco is not a campsite' . . . however, it's MorseRunner in practice :-)

Conditions: motorhome partially parked on sidewalk, barefoot (60W), car battery powered
FT-857 (+ 300 Hz CW filter) + 40m vert. polarized deltaloop (apex 13m).

Check here if you are in the log (Cabrillo format).

I'll try to arrange cards for this short operation.

Please do NOT send direct QSLs to me (with money and SASE etc).

I am very happy that Alex PA1AW is willing to deal with QSL matters
concerning this short (but intense!) operation, so please contact him.



I am licensed as of 1987.

Main interests are (contesting on) VHF and higher bands, although since a few years 160m is a challenge.

For 160m activities look at the CQWW CW 160m Netherlands all time record movie or http://remco.org/160m.

Trying to reach the limits with home brewed equipment and antennas is my drive.

In 1994 I obtained DXCC #187 on 50 MHz with my own designed super simple transverter (and amplifier!)
at a time barely 100+ countries were active on 50MHz worldwide.

During holidays I like to make DX contacts on HF, especially on 40m, with a deltaloop + Beverage(s).

In the 90's I was active as C31LFT (Andorra), UA0S/PA3FYM (Irkutsk), PJ9/PA3FYM (Bonaire),
and in 2005 and 2007 as 5R8NL (Madagascar).

QSLing is not my best competence. For 5R8NL, PA7FM is my QSL-manager.

During May/June 2014 I was active as 7QNL and 7QØNL (CQWPX CW) from Thondwe (near Zomba) Malawi.
QSL manager for this operation is PA1AW. More details: www.malawihf.org
An impression of my 7QNL/7Q0NL activities you find here. (<- nice movie :-)

As of May 2012 I am active on 70 MHz with a moderate station (~10W output and 1/2-wave vertical) to join the 70 MHz Es crowd in and outside Europe.
My grid square results with this simple setup: http://remco.org/grid

Since a while I run an experimental 30m grabber. Last screenshot below.

73, Remco











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