OZ9QV Amateur Radio Station

Links will become active when some information is available on the site regarding the subjects.

Heavily under construction, well, not really constructed yet ......

You will find more information on this site than on my qsl.net site. However, when QRSS grabber(s) get active at some stage they will appear on the qsl.net site, since it is adapted for such use.

Short Bio :

Licensed in 1973 with the call OZ9QV

Operated mostly VHF and UHF until late 1989, then moved to The Netherlands Licensed there as PA3FOP and later PA9QV.

In the Netherlands not much activity, due to living in apartments. mostly a bit of HF CW work and some QRSS/WSPR etc, and propagation monitoring. Propagation monitoring will be a major part of this site

Mid 2015 I moved back to Denmark, and have been working at building up my HF, 6m and 4m antenna system, and a vertical 2m/70cm antenna. Due to illness the work has been halted for a while, and is slowly building up speed again.


Station description



Microwaves   VHF-UHF   MF-LF-VLF   HF  Satellite/Space   

RX-Only    Camouflage


QRP    QRSS   Weak signals  Satellite/Space   VHF-UHF   



Microwaves   VHF-UHF   MF-LF-VLF  HF   Satellite/Space

Radio astronomy:   

Solar   Geomagnetic    Total Power   Interferometry

Propagation: on all bands

Building a blog and website for my amateur radio activities:

Oh, yes, I like to make simple web pages. Do not expect advanced web stuff here. When I get information on the page, that is the main point.

- stage 1: OZ9QV at blogspot dot com

- stage 2: This site (heavily under construction) a blog located here may be coming, mostly mirroring the blogspot one.

If you find errors, like missing links, please advise me at : <my callsign> - at - qsl dot net .


An example of what I did to make antennas less visible - no,no, not invisible - that is just not possible.

Camouflaged Antenna

Updated OZ9QV, 2019-07-20