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contest team of Noord Holland (NH-province)


next activity: 10/11 FEB 2018 PACC 


QSL manager: > PH9HB < NO e-QSL!

About QSL cards:

All QSO's will be uploaded to the LoTW AND confirmed via Global QSL (=bureau).
Should you require a direct QSL, please send your application to PH9HB (address: 
https://t.co/OmYUywupme )

Please note that any direct QSL application must be accompanied by a self addressed envelope and 2 USD (= NO IRC please!!!), otherwise it will just be confirmed via the bureau.

We kindly ask you to read & comply with the listed QSL rules.


Contest site some 50 km (30 mi) north of Amsterdam 

see bird's eye view link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7qVVQbFncs


Our members are:



PA3FUN Christiaan


Born june 1960, infected with the radio-virus some time 1975.
It was during high-school when for reasons I cannot recall I felt attracted to short- and mediumwave radio. Those were the days of radio Caroline and radio Veronica! Built my first medium-wave valve-based transmitter (EF80-EL-84-PL-509) at the age of 15. All equipment I built in those days was clearly "off frequency"....
At the age of 18, just after having started my study for Electrotechnical Engineer at the Twente University of Technology, I passed for my ham-radio license. VHF/UHF-only :(
It was not until 1991 that I passed the cw-exam and was granted access to the shortwavebands as a fully licensed ham. Great! Now, 20 years later, topband and 80m clearly are my favourite bands.
In fact, we relocated to our current home mainly to have a place suitable to put out antennae for those bands and to enjoy a favourably low qrm-level.



Born in 1966 in the province of Noord Holland, he feels very much connected to the contest callsign PA6NH.

He started with the hobby in 1983 at first on 2 m DX. Later ES/MS/Aurora and WSJT/PSK441 and Moonbounce.

On 2 m he participated in several contests (last few years together with Jan) and lately also in PACC and during JOTA/JOTI.

Bram likes the long waves, mainly 80 m and 160 m.




Born in march 1960 in Amsterdam. Starting to experiment with radio receivers when I was just a boy. Later on I started to build AM transmitters on MW and SW bands and TV transmitters mainly on channel 4. All transmitters were built using tubes. Solid state was not my thing those days.
After leaving Amsterdam in 1981 and starting to work, there seemed to be little time for my hobby and all the equipment was packed. 27 years later I woke up and decided that I had to get licensed. Up till now I do not know why I decided to quit for so long with this wonderful hobby. In 2008 I passed my exams as PA2PAC.Because the lower HF bands are for some reason attractive to me, I'm only active on 160 meter (and sometimes on 80m) in SSB mode.
PE1PRB Frans
Born in februari 1967, getting interested in radio's through scouting, with their JOTA at the age of 8.
Licensed as novice from 1985 (former call sign PD0PAQ) upgraded to full license at 1994 with current call sign.
Still active at scouting as part of "Radio Interesse Stam" (RIS) and dutch scouting organization as regional council for JOTA in "Noord-Holland".
My main interests for radio are with JOTA, Field day, HF-Pack and recently added: contest as part of PA6NH.
Other interests are mountain biking / camping in Sweden.
PE1OUD Gerard
Born in 1962 in Zaandam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. Infected with the radio-virus through scanning-radio’s.
Got my license in 1992 as PE1OUD ( OUD means OLD in Dutch ). Funny back then: a little less now...
More often than not QRV on local repeaters and from home mostly on 80, 20 and 10 meters, in voice-modes.

PH9HB Jerry (QSL manager)

Born july 1965 in Switzerland, where he got licensed in 1985 as HB9SJL.

After inactivity for 20 years, he got his current call in july 2008. Since then he's most active on HF (6-160 m), and occasionally works as PH9HB/am from Boeing 737 when duties permit.

Currently speaks eight languages (some more fluently than others) and therefore his preferred mode is phone.

(Radio) Active during JOTA/JOTI and several major contests.

PD5DJ Björn

Born in 1979 in Amsterdam, and in that same year moved to Hoorn. My current QTH is Avenhorn.
I got intrested in Amateur radio in the late 90's. At that time I met Frits PE1GRJ and Andries PA0VBR and joined their VHF-UHF contests whenever it was possible.
In 2005 I got my novice license with the call PD5DJ that I am using ever since.
I like to join many contests, PACC, EU HF Championships, All Asian, UBA, IARU World HF Championship, CQ WW DX, Sprint contests etc etc. I love it!


PA1FP Frank

Born in 1965 in the city of Hoorn and still lives there. Became interested in the hobby aged 7.

Licenced in 1994. Nowadays his main interest is working DX on 10 m and 15 m in cw.

He also likes building antennas, designing and programming of microcontrolled circuits, as well as tube amplifiers.

Frank can often be found in his shack.


Check out the HF-gear:



1 x 3 el yagi for 10/15 m on 10 m tower
1 x 5 el log periodic LP-5 for 10/15/20 m on 10 m tower
1 x horizontal squareloop 160 m @ 10 m
1 x horizontal deltaloop 80 m @ 10 m
1 x vertical Marconi T-antenna apex @ 25 m, for 160 m
1 x vertical GPA-20 for 10/15/20 m
1 x 2 el vertical array for 80 m
1 x 4 square for 40 m
2 x K9AY twin loops for low band RX


1 x FT-1000 with Acom-1000 (primary station)

1 x FT-2000 with Acom-1000 (secondary station)



6 x coax-stub filters (K1TTT)

2 X Redifon RFS 11 preselectors

6 x bandpass filters






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