ZL4KF
Amateur Radio Station
Operator - Ken
Since 1971
Where?
Located in the south of New Zealand
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NZ Amateur Radio Station ZL4KF

ZL4KF is an Amateur Radio (ham radio) call-sign, the ZL prefix represents New Zealand, the number 4 historically was used to indicate the southern region of New Zealand (4th district) and the KF part is the individual station identification, in this case also being my initials. (Ken France). More info here >>. I have held this call-sign since 1971, after gaining my licence to operate an amateur radio station in that year. This website is about my amateur radio station, my interest in ham radio, especially antennas, propagation, electronics, computers and other things.

New Zealand has around 6,000 licensed amateur radio operators and much information on amateur radio in this country can be found on the NZART website.

 
Amateur radio operator Ken at ZL4KF southern New Zealand.

Ken ZL4KF at the beach aout 400m  from home.

I’ve had a website for ZL4KF since 1997 and one thing led to another so that since around that time I have earned a living as a freelance web designer. 

I hope you find this website interesting – any comments are welcome!

73, Ken.

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