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PD2RF

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Rinse Visser

4221 Meerkerk/Arkel
Netherlands

EU
netherlands
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Call data

Last update:2017-09-26 12:09:16
Continent:EU
Views:692
Main prefix:PA
Class:Novice
Latitude:51.9135080
Longitude:4.9851200
Locator:JO21LV
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14
Website:www.pd2rf.nl

Most used bands

20m
(62%)
40m
(29%)
10m
(6%)
2m
(3%)
70cm
(2%)

Most used modes

USB
(62%)
JT65
(17%)
LSB
(14%)
SSB
(6%)
FM
(4%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2017-05-31 21:55:52
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:Direct or via E-Mail

Biography

Welcome to the qrzcq page of PD2RF.

I am Rinse, the pd2rf, the interest in the hobby started at the age of 11 (now i am almost 53) From my parents i got 2 Walkie Talkie's with a normal range of 50 to 100 metres, after doing some modifications to them the range became arround 500 metres, in that year i had my first qso with an Italian station by using these Handy, i was asking myself what more could be possible and i deceided to buy my first transceiver, it was a 12 channel AM transceiver and the output power was only 5 Watt's, enough to give disturbance on radio and television broadcasts, after that i bought my first SSB transceiver with a output power of 12 Watt's, What a great little rig. After that period i owned several HF transceivers, and pirated on many different frequency's for a long period.

Till 1995 i was not interested to become a serious ham operator but in that year i started to learn for my license, but disinterest in the study and 2 metres and 70 cm resulted in no license. It was october 2015 when i decided to go for the license, thx to pa9rf, Jack and pd0lwa, Koos.

The result of that is that i am licensed since March 11, 2016 so that is quite along time i think, hi!!!
Time to go for the dx on 20 and 40 metres!!

On FaceBook you can contact me by clicking following link: https://www.facebook.com/PD2RF
Also busy on: https://www.qrz.com

QSL direct, E-QSL, or E-Mail, remember i do not have paper cards at this moment!!!!!!!!

Feel free to visit my website: https://www.pd2rf.nl
Thx for reading and bye for now, 73 de pd2rf, Rinse




Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Last but not least my used products to make some noise at the frequency:

Icom IC - 756 PRO
Icom IC - T 70E (2/70 Handheld)
Comet for 2 and 70.
ZS6BKW for 40, 20 and 10 M.
Outback mobile antenna for10, 20 & 40
Falcon out 250F fiber vertical home

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