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PD3SWO

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Sander Wolf

Capelle aan den Ijssel
Netherlands

EU
netherlands
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Call data

Last update:2021-11-25 19:27:36
Continent:EU
Views:94
Main prefix:PA
Latitude:51.9326221
Longitude:4.5856780
Locator:JO21HW
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

2m
(49%)
20m
(42%)
70cm
(6%)
10m
(5%)
30m
(1%)

Most used modes

FT8
(95%)
MFSK
(4%)
JT65
(2%)
FM
(1%)
JT9
(1%)

QSL data

eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Hi, my name is Sander, I live in Capelle aan den IJssel, the Netherlands, just next to Rotterdam.
I got my novice license in 2013.

I live in an apartment on the eighth floor, where I am limited in placing antennas, but nevertheless I have been able to place a nice end-fed antenna for the 10 and 20 meter band. 2 Diamond X30's, one for using the VHF and UHF bands, and the other one is for the RTL-SDR and radio scanner to search the bands on the VHF and UHF.

For DMR I use a MMDVM simplex hotspot with a Retevis RT3S DMR portable radio and a Motorola DP2400e portable radio.

With the end-fed I have already been able to achieve very good results with WSPR.
I also use the end-fed for the other digital modes like FT-8, and sometimes with amazing results

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

My radio's:
- Yaesu FT7900
- Baofeng UV-5R
- Yaesu FT8800
- Motorola DP2400e
- Kenwood TK3180
- Retevis RT3S
- MMDVM Pi-star hotspot (DMR)
- Uniden UBC800XLT
- Uniden USC230-E
- Yaesu FT-65E
- Yaesu FT-991A


My antennas:
- 2x Diamond X30N
- 10/20 meter home made end-fed antenna from hfkits.nl
- D-Original SG7100

  

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