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PA3HGT
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PA3HGT

Accepts QSL via:
LoTW: YES
e-qsl: NO
mail QSL:YES

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Hello OM/(X)YL,

I began in 1979 on a President Veep, a 40 channelbox. I started being legal in 1980, but that only lasted for a year After 17 years of piracy on the 11, 45, 85 and 170 metres, i became licensed amateur in 1997.I got my HF license in 1998. Myrig's on VHF & UHF is a Kenwood TS790A, I use for HF an Icom IC-7851with a Acom 2000a amplifier (Acom 1000is the backup amp)and Electrovoice RE27ND mike.Further i use a Icom IC7100 for holydayand for portable i use the IC-7300 inGermany at my family's home. I am currently not active at home due antenna-restrictions but sometimes in the weekend active in the clubshack of PI4F with my own gear and with the antenna's of PI4F.

In the car is a Kenwood TMD710GE installed for APRS operation and chat around.

QSL PJ2/PA3HGT via bureau or direct with SASE and 2 green stamps (NO IRC)

Further info can be provided to visit my website www.pa3hgt.nl with a lot of photo's of my equipment and stuff i had like Optibeam OB9-5,Acom,Kenwood TS990,Icom 7800-7851,FT1000D,LL-tuner,TS950SDX,TS480HX and more !

Current setup : Optibeam OB9-5 ( 20-17-15-12-10 mtrs,height 18 meters,60ft ) and Optibeam OB1-40 (Rotary Dipole 40 mtrs,height 21 meters,70 ft) on a Crankup/Tiltover Bijzen construction Alu tower of Bijzen.

Previous set up :Optibeam OB9-5 ( 2 el. 20-17-15-12-10 mtrs,height 18 meters,60ft ) andOptibeam OB 5-6 (5 el. for 6 mtrs,height 21 meters,70 ft)

Current setup : Optibeam OB9-5 ( 20-17-15-12-10 mtrs,height 18 meters,60ft ) and Optibeam OB1-40 (Rotary Dipole 40 mtrs,height 21 meters,70 ft) on a Crankup/Tiltover Bijzen construction Alu tower of Bijzen.

Optibeam OB9-5 ( 20-17-15-12-10 mtrs,height 18 meters,60ft ) andOptibeam OB1-40 (Rotary Dipole 40 mtrs,height 21 meters,70 ft).



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