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ZS6RAR

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Richardt Rabe

0182 Pretoria
South Africa

AF
south africa
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Call data

Last update:2019-06-10 23:11:54
Continent:AF
Views:23
Main prefix:ZS
Latitude:-25.6849769
Longitude:28.1889661
Locator:KG44CH
DXCC Zone:462
ITU Zone:57
CQ Zone:38

Most used modes

DMR
(100%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2019-06-10 23:01:14
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:no
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I'm currently a Process Controller. So I work shifts, and is on the air at strange times. The main reason for becoming a radio amateur is to meet new people, since I don't go out to places where I can meet other people with similar interests.

Otherwise I like nature and plants, and I like to make things with my hands (and some tools :-) )

Between my wife, my work (the one that pays me), my own work (stuff that needs to be done at home), and some "down time" (relaxing, which is few are far between) I am not very active on the radio.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

I use the Zastone D900 and Orange Pi with Wi-Fi to make DMR contact.

I don't really have a radio shack, like they call it, I mainly use a handheld radio since I am always either on the move, or busy with something that needs to be done, not allowing me to sit down in one place long enough to have a proper conversation. Secondly, I work shifts, so when normal people (of my country at least) are sleeping, I'm at work, and the other way round. :-)

  

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