Logbook

PA0PZD amateur radio station log (log since 01-10-2014)

Almost all these radio’s are nearly 70 years old and are unmodified or got not repaired extensively in an original way. Often only the switch contacts are cleaned.

My location is situated in the north of The Netherlands, a small village called Havelterberg,¬† in the province called ‘Drenthe‘.

As a licenced radioamateur , I also am working with these old restaurated radio’s.

You can click on the red markers to see more info about the worked amateur radio stations.

 

4 Comments

  1. Hello,
    Very nice webpages you have made. I have several of the same radios and equipment you have including
    RA-10/TA-12
    R1155
    WS-19 MK3
    ART–13/BC348
    SCR-718
    AN/APN-1
    WS38 MK3
    and some more.
    I am located in Canada and I am an amateur radio operator – VE3ZQW too.
    I hope to hear from you sometime.
    Cheers,
    Matthew Batten

    • Hello Matthew,
      Thanks for your nice reply. Fine, you are also collecting these radio’s. I am doing it also, because as a radioamateur, after restoring them originally to make qso’s with other radio amateurs. Too because of the technolygi of it, especially radar and other navigation equipment. That last is very interesting.
      I also got an Canadian WS 19 mk3, all original and working. The WS no 19 was my first ham receiver, when starting as a shortwave amateur. Only I did many modifications in it, like a powersupply etc.. Now I know better, hi.
      73 Peter

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