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PA3MAO

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Ben Ides

4826KK Breda
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant

EU
netherlands
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Call data

Last update:2018-07-26 06:04:43
QTH:Breda
Continent:EU
Views:970
Main prefix:PA
Class:Full
Federal state:Noord-Brabant
Latitude:51.6030991
Longitude:4.7866698
Locator:JO21JO
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-05-16 06:01:06
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:I send my eQSL automatically.

Biography

About myself, I started around 1963 with Radio and Electronics at age 8 years with a wireless set No19,
the set was tunable 2-8 MHz transmitter-receiver (the A set), my versions had a VHF transmitter/receiver 230-240 MHZ (the B set), and an intercommunication amplifier for the tank or AFV crew's headsets (the C set). BC603 receiver frequency range 20-28 MHz & The Pye Ranger mobile and fixed station PTC8000 for FM. Standard frequency range: 25-174 MHz in 9 bands.Transmitter RF output: 25watts fm.

I built my first computer in 1976, the KIM1.it was a small 6502-based single-board computer developed and produced by MOS Technology.This prehistoric little computer had a hexadecimal keypad, and the results were shown on an LED display with 6 digits.

Licensed in 1982.

See also qrz.com

Member of:
VERON
G.R.A. Gruppo Radioamatori Alpini #1100
SZR Old timersclub #289
EPC #11849
BCS #854
DMC #3183
Feld Hell Cub #3956
WSC #227
VRZA
100 Watts and a Wire id #1673
FT8 #04207

QSL:
1. I prefer QSL card exchange via PAØ Bureau, Regio 07 - I collect paper QSLs
2. QSL-cards received by postal mail will be answered by postal mail too.It is not necessary to add IRCs or money for return postage

SWL: QSL 100%, reports are wellcome.
I enjoy getting reports from SWL listeners.

If I have failed to reply to your QSL do email and I will correct the error of my ways!

QSL cards are still a physical reminder of a radio communication and a collectable item for the receiver.

Equipment

Working Condition's:
TRX: Icom IC-718 - power 1-100watt - Microphone Icom-SM30
TRX: Intec-KT980HP(VHF/UHF)- frequency range 130-179 MHz / 400-520 MHz. With an additional antenna: Nagoya HA-771 & Programmer software.(the INTEK is basically a Baofeng UV-5R on steroids- power low 1W, Mid 4W, High 8W)
RX: Icom IC-R20 - Airband & Milsat/Hamsat Listening/Radio sonde/Number stations and more.(excellent wideband receiver, frequency coverage 150KHz - 3304.999MHz).
Full band UV HF RTL-SDR USB Tuner Receiver R820T+8232 (100KHz-1.7GHz).
Jupiter pro - P2000 alarm pager and more.

Interface: microHAM MicroKeyer II & SB2000 MK2.
Emu-box blindscan DVB satreceiver - newsfeed search.
Rebox RE4220 S-PVR HD satreceiver - newsfeed search.
Satlink WS-6908 SE Digital Satellie meter.
LDG-AT-200 ProII antenna tuner - MFJ_902 antenne tuner
Antennas: All band vertical + SMD longwire + discone antenna + motorized 80cm disc antenna & Wide-Band-Ku-LNB 10,70 - 12,75 GHz + home brew antennas.

Software I use: Hamradio delux 6.4 - DX Atlas - Easypal - Orbitron - Wxdecoder - MMsstv and more.

TFA professional weather station.

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My other hobbies are.
Photography, music, lockpicking, hunting with my Bounty Hunter-landstar metaldetector.
and lots of other activities,

Thanks for Stopping by, Have a great day!
You can find me on 10 to 80 meters, 2meter and 70cm.
73's and good DX

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