PA123QWERTY will be active from Enshede, Netherlands.
Special event station PA123QWERTY honouring keyboard CW-keying.

The QWERTY layout was devised and created in the early 1870s by Christopher Latham Sholes, a newspaper editor and printer who lived in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In October 1867, Sholes filed a patent application for his early writing machine he developed with the assistance of his friends Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soulé. (WIKIPEDIA)
This callsign will be active from 26 january until 24 february 2019.

We will operate on SSB/CW/DIGITAL using a KENWOOD TS-590s with a home made tube amplifier that we call uncle JOOP made by PA0GJV in 1993

The main operators of this callsign are:

PC2Y : Vincent Luiten

PC2L : Laurens Haveman

PD2E : Melvin ter Wee
QSL via PC2Y.
Ads for direct QSL:
Vincent Luiten, Suzanne groeneweglaan 55, Coevorden, DR 7741SG, Netherlands.