ETM-2b keyer

This electronic keyer is the only one I had in years. The ETM-2b is ready for the ham radio museum and is 38 years old and still doing its job very well. I made a lot of qso’s over the years with this keyer. I can’t say good bye to this keyer. It will be companion until the end.

In the late afternoon I started WSPR on 6 meter. I was spotted by PA3MET 13 times. You can see the doppler effect or air plane reflection because between our QTH's is Amsterdam airport Schiphol with a lot of air traffic.

No radio today because it's my birthday and a lot of family and friends are coming to visit me.

Paul Stam, PC4T, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from the Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

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