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PJ7/K3LP DX-Pedition; Dutch St. Maarten

I want to extend a special thanks to Mort Bardfield, W1UQ (PJ7UQ, FS5UQ) for his hospitality and allowing me the opportunity to operate from his Dutch villa in downtown Philipsburg (PJ7UQ). I want to also thank Benny Owen, K5KV for his QSL Manager support.

While I was on the June 2004 trip, I replaced the rotator on the tower.  During the November 2003 trip, Larry (N7DD), Clint (W3ARS) and I worked on fixing the Forty-meter (40) elements on the Force 12 antenna that had broken isolators. Mort's villa and station are excellent!

Here are so photos from the various trips to St. Maarten.

 

 

David (K3LP) operating as PJ7/K3LP from the PJ7UQ station in downtown Philipsburg

David (K3LP) operating as PJ7/K3LP

A picture of bay where the PJ7UQ station is located in Philipsburg Map of Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin

PJ7UQ station exterior with tower Pj7UQ Force 12 beam antenna and dipoles for 40, 80 and 160 meters
 

 

     

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