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PA6X

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Contest Station PA6X

Enschede
Netherlands

EU
netherlands

Call data

Last update:2018-02-15 13:50:55
QTH:Enschede
Continent:EU
Views:533
Main prefix:PA
Class:F, CW Included
Latitude:52.1875000
Longitude:6.8750000
Locator:JO32KE
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

QSL data

Last update:2017-12-05 14:39:48
Bureau Manager:PA7CW
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

PLANNED ACTIVITY OF Contest Station PA6X

2018:

March:
Contest Station PA6X is planning to participate in the 2018 edition of the Russian DX Contest on March 17 and 18. We plan to be QRV from our contest QTH in Enschede, Netherlands (JO32ke). We look forward to work you!

73s

Contest Station PA6X

PREVIOUS ACTIVITY OF Contest Station PA6X

2018:

February:
The 63rd Dutch PACC contest was held on February 10 and 11 2018. Contest Station PA6X participated again from our contest QTH just outside the village of Neede, Gelderland (GD). Category MULTI-OP ALL HIGH MIXED UNLIMITED. Unfortunately, a number of operators were not able to join us due to the flu or other personal matters. The band conditions were sub-optimal. 10m and 15m were poor. The workhorses were the low bands: 80m and 40m.

PA6X operators:
Toni
Edwin PF2D
Frank PE1PYA
Roy PE1ONW
Melvin PD2E
Tristan PC8T
Vincent PC2Y
Laurens PC2L
Rudi PA4UNX
and Gerard PA7CW

Equipment used:

Radios
5x Kenwood TS590 + Amplifier

We used one radio + amplifier per band with the exception of 160m and 10m.

Antenna systems:
Band Antenna System
10m/15m/20m Spiderbeam +
10m: 5/8 wave vertical Gain-Master
15m: ¼ wave multi-band vertical with 3 radials per band (OH2YL Special)
20m: ½ wave QRO end-fed
40m 4-Square + ½ wave dipole
80m ½ wave dipole (Inverted-V)
160m ¼ wave dipole (Inverted-L)
We used a stack match on 40m. TNX Marcel, PA9M (also for the 160m notch and W3NQN band pass filters)

We would like to thank all the stations who made a contest QSO with us and all the SWLs who heard us.

73s and until next time!

Contest Station PA6X




QSL policy

All PA6X logs are uploaded to ARRL's Logbook of The World (LoTW). This is the quickest way to get your QSO with PA6X confirmed.

All the paper QSL-cards we receive via the bureau will be confirmed via the bureau. Please note that we do not proactively send out paper QSL-cards for all the QSOs we make. You can request your PA6X paper QSL card, to be send to you via the bureau, via Clublog's OQRS facility if needed.

No, we do not use eQSL.

  

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