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PE1PRP

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Toine Mulder

5432 DJ Cuijk
Netherlands

EU
netherlands
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Call data

Last update:2017-08-23 12:24:45
QTH:Cuijk, Netherlands
Continent:EU
Views:468
Main prefix:PA
Class:F
Latitude:51.7405800
Longitude:5.8596380
Locator:JO21WR
DXCC Zone:263
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(35%)
15m
(33%)
10m
(13%)
40m
(8%)
30m
(7%)

Most used modes

JT65
(37%)
PSK31
(22%)
OPERA
(15%)
JT9
(12%)
PSK63
(5%)

QSL data

Last update:2015-04-06 10:44:47
Bureau Manager:PD1RJ
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

My name is Toine, 53 years old, unmarried, and about 20 years a full license radio station. Only recently I decided to bring this hobby to life, however :-) I started buiding a Yaesu FT-817 all mode, all band transceiver in my car, together with a Diamond CR8900 multiband antenna, which I modified for operation on the citizens band, instead of the 29MHz band, by slightly increasing the topload size. Gotten quite enthousiastic, I decided to setup a home station, realized by a Yaesu FT-897 all mode, all band transceiver, together with a 20 meters loop antenna. Later, I changed to a multiband dipole in an effort to improve noise behaviour, as well as antenna gain. When not busy with radio activities, I also use to spend my free time in (classical) cars. Recently I possessed a 1982 BMW e21 318i, currenty I'm possessing a 2002 Saab 9-3 2.0t, of which I tuned the Trionic7 ECU from 240nm/150hp to 350nm/225hp myself ;-)

Other callsigns
=============

PE1PRP/M: mandatory suffix in The Netherlands for mobile operation
9A/PE1PRP/M: according CEPT regulations used during stay in Croatia
UT/PE1PRP/M: cancelled
YO/PE1PRP/M: according CEPT regulations used during stay in Romania

Please log QSO, and send QSL by applying the appropriate callsign as mentioned. It should be noted that for LoTW, and the QRZ logbook, a different callsign will not lead to a valid QSO record, while for eQSL, a callsign without appropriate, additional prefix leads to different country award credits. Thanks for your concerns!

QSL policy
=========

Bureau:
-In case of a known QSL path, I always send a QSL card by bureau
-If your QSL path is not known, I always reply to a QSL card marked as "QSL PSE"

eQSL:
-If you have an eQSL account, I always send an eQSL

Postal mail:
-If you do not send, and receive QSL cards by bureau, I will send a QSL card by postal mail, in case of a DX QSO, in case you do not have an eQSL or LoTW account as well, or in case you send a QSL card marked as "QSL PSE" to me
-I do not offer greenstamps, or IRCs, nor do I require them

LoTW:
-I monthly upload my loggings

QRZ logbook:
-I do not actively use the QRZ logbook, in case you would like to have a confirmed QSO entry, please send a confirmation request.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Computers:
-MSI 770-C45 (AMD Phenom II X4 945 / 12GB DDR3) desktop + Windows 7 Home x64 + FlDigi 3.23 / WSJT-X 1.6 / ROS 7.3 / Opera 1.5 (base station)
-Asus K53Z (AMD A6-3420M / 8GB DDR3) notebook + Windows 7 home x64 + FlDigi 3.23 / WSJT-X 1.6 / ROS 7.3 / Opera 1.5 (mobile)
-Asus M3A-H/HDMI (AMD Phenom 9550 Quad-Core / 8GB DDR2) desktop + Linux Ubuntu 14.04 (KDE desktop)

Rigs:
-Yaesu FT-897 + LDG AT200Pro II (base station / mobile)
-Yaesu FT-817 (mobile)
-Kenwood R-1000 (rx base station)

Antennas:
-20/15/10m home made multiband dipole (base station)
-MFJ 1456 40/20/15/10m top loaded vertical (mobile)
-MFJ 935B Loop Tuner + 6m, 4m, and 1.4m loops, covering 40-10m bands (mobile)
-Diamond CR8900 with modified topload for citizens band operation (mobile)

Specials for mobile setup:
-Huawei E5372 Mobile WiFi 3G/4G LTE hotspot, used for spotting, and internet access
-Navilock NL-464US GPS USB dongle, used for localization, and time synchronization

  

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