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Patrick ELyn

9890 Gavere
Belgium, East Flanders (OV)

EU
belgium
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Call data

Last update:2019-09-10 15:28:09
QTH:Gavere
Continent:EU
Views:854
Main prefix:ON
Class:A
Federal state:East Flanders (OV)
Latitude:50.9250306
Longitude:3.6695543
Locator:JO10UW
DXCC Zone:209
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

40m
(29%)
20m
(25%)
80m
(18%)
15m
(15%)
10m
(6%)

Most used modes

RTTY
(41%)
SSB
(30%)
PSK63
(11%)
CW
(11%)
FT8
(3%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-04-28 13:05:40
Bureau name:UBA
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I start to listening on the radio in 1975 on the AM freq. That was the time from the seasender here in Europa. On 1979 it was the time of CB-27Mhz and that was the beginning for Radio Amateur.

I start with listening on de HF in 1983 with SWLcall ONL3572. From 1980 to 1991 I was employed in Germany. In that period I was a member of the DA1BV club station in Cologne-Delbruck. Thanks to my Fahter, because he say "go for your licence" became I in 1991 the call ON2AIC and work many calls on 144Mhz with Max 10W and the antenna under the roof. Then on the year 1996 with the call ON1DDT I was active on 2/70 in the mobile and at home on 144Mhz with 50W. From 1998 I have the call ON4CIN and after 15 years I send by my self on HF and hope that many SWL my signals can heard.

From march 2006 I become the callsign ON6AT. My Father was also radio fanatic with his SWLcall ONL2309 from 1980 to 2005. On february 2005 he dying from a heart attack. He was 69 years.

My first HF TX was Kenwood TS530s and now I Work with Yaesu FT-950 and the Ant Cushraft R8 with a Diamond ant 8010 for 10 to 80m. On VHF I work with the old one Kenwood TS711.

I work mostly in contest and my favorite mode is usually digital.
A qso with me, is good for BCA/WCA and IPA
BCA/WCA is ON-01354
IPA is IPA member

View my CLUBLOG : https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/CALLSIGN

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

For HF
Yaesu FT-950
Ant: Cushcraft R8 (8 band)- Diamond W8010 - 3elb 6m
SSB: 100w
CW: 20w (max)
RTTY: 80w
PSK: 20w (contest: 30-40w)
JT65: 5-15w
SSTV: max 50w

For VHF
Kenwood TS-711 and FT-897D
Ant: 3x 5/8 lamba - 4elb cross yagi(vhf-uhf)
SSB: 20-60w
FM: max 20w

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ON6AT / Contest 2010
  

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