PA64ZRK event call

Op 4-feb-2017 was er een open dag in het waternoodsramp museum nabij Zierikzee, een onderdeel van het museum was ingericht door zendamateurs waarvan verslag:

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PD0TZ Yermolai naast de zender van zijn grootvader PA0TZ die tijdens de waternoodramp in 1953 verbindingen onderhield vanuit het rampgebied
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Event call PA64ZRK met op de voorgrond PA3GEO Robert die CW verbindingen onderhield
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Maquette van de Zeeuwse eilanden waarop aangegeven is welke delen overstroomd zijn in 1953, nu 64 jaar geleden.

English:

Feb 1, 1953 our province Zeeland was flooded after a storm, the area was cut off the rest of the world and a handful of radio amateurs provided assistance to call in help. The first image shows Yermolai, currently his call sign is PD0TZ, standing next to the transmitter operated by his grandfather PA0TZ. The radio was homemade as most equipment was in those days. The next image shows what you would need today, on annual events of the storm there is a station in the air and radio operations are demonstrated in the watersnoodramp museum, for details see http://buff.ly/2kcl2ul The four concrete blocks shown on that website are the original caissons used to repair the damage to the sea wall caused by the storm in 1953, currently they serve as a museum. http://buff.ly/2kcyRcb

Last update: 6-Feb-1953

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4 thoughts on “PA64ZRK event call

  1. Hier in Rotterdam niets kunnen horen in voice….wel wat cw gezien op het cluster.
    Dit in tegenstelling tot vorige jaren, waar ze keihard binnenkwamen. max. muf ligt nu op 4 Mhz.

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