Joined Nov 20 2011
Flamencosa Annemiek Monique Juan
DV1VHK Amateur Radio Station Website
Hi,my name is Henk,living in a protected nature area of the village Maarssen,just north of the city Utrecht,Holland
Activity on HF started last November 2006 when I did my exam for Novice-licence.
Before active as SWL NL4167,and still doing.
Member of the Feld Hell Club,membernr FH-548 (www.feldhellclub.co.uk),the Digital Modes Club,
membernr. DMC-025 (www.digital-modes-club.org) and VERON,Dutch HAMclub (www.veron.nl)
For HF I use a Kenwood TS440 line,incl AT250 aut. tuner,
a Kenwood TS120 integrated in a 19" tower with a PC ,monitor and a
rack with some small screens for monitoring other bands, for CW/RTTY modes.
For VHF/UHF I use a Kenwood TS780 and for local VHF a TR9000 line.
The antennas are for HF, the HyGain TH6DXX Super Thunderbird, Fritzel GPA50 vert.
and a (home-made) 7 MHz 1/4 wave Vertical.
The antennas for VHF?UHF is a base dualband vert of Midland,
and a 10 el Q-Dee VHF yagi and a Tonna 23 el UHF yagi.
A seperated part of my shack I created as an ol' fashion "radio-room"
The place on a ( Navy) ship where all communication was done,
by phone, CW or RTTY modes. I did my best to take care of decoration
and details to make it look real..
Even a antique brass porthole in the wall made it complete.
My collection of defense equipment is still growing...hi..
Some of the receivers:
VHF: Rohde&Schwarz NE1/2e,ESM-180,EU-89
a Telefunken E148 UK/2 and a DEI TR-711
UHF: Rhode&Schwarz ED80 and a Collins R-278b / GRC27
HF: Telefunken ELK639 and a Radio Holland SW-receiver
LF: Telefunken ELK639 and a Murphy B41
Also I am busy to connectin' some RTTY machines to the receivers
like the Siemens T37 and T100, the sound,noise,of the
stampin' machines I love to hear.
A good friend from the Dutch Navy gave me an ol' marine
outdoor speaker which was used in early years on a Dutch Marineship.
It's gives a great sound..hi.
The antennes I use for these receivers are some discones,
UHF and VHF LogPer beams, VHF mil. airband verticals
donated by a friend from an ex-Airforce-base,
a Racal wire-dipol, LF wire dipol and a HF vertical.
In another part of my shack I have
my "modern" SWL station. I use to
monitoring the HF/VHF/UHF frequencies
some programmable scanning
receivers from Commtel. Also a Kenwood
R2000 is there.With a PC I decode the