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7Z1HL Saudi Arabia flag Saudi Arabia

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QSL: DJ9ZB

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As a convenience for you I have added the clublog search tool with OQRS. Requested QSL will be delivered via bureau. Please note that it will sometimes take a few days to update the online log:

I have been in Saudi Arabia since January 1996 and work as a telecommunication consultant for the biggest telco in the kingdom. I hope to stay a few more years because I like people, country and work and, of course, being on air as 7Z1HL is always exciting.

I was first licenced in 1981 (DL8KAY) and when I moved to Saudi Arabia, I missed amateur radio a lot until I received the licence for 7Z1HL in March 2006. My current station is a Flex-Radio 3000 (100W) and antennas are a 5-band hexbeam and a homemade magnetic loop for 40m and below. I like to experiment with magnetic loops for the lower bands. My favorite mode is CW with more than 90% of my QSOs.

I am member of DARC (DL8KAY - DOK G36), FOC (#1956), AGCW (#3349), GDXF (#590), EPC (#8370),CTC (#1452) and CWOps (#560).

Every QSL for 7Z1HL via my manager Franz, DJ9ZB, or directly to me, will be answered. At this point a big thanks to Franz for the great job he does for my hobby. I also regularly update LoTW and eQSL. (Please do NOT send any cards to DL8KAY, they will be lost!). Please remember that your chance of getting a quick return to your direct QSL is greatly increased by an SAE (Self Addressed Envelope). Direct QSLs that I receive without SAE will be answered via bureau.

My log is online only in Clublog. I will update this log as regularly as possible. The log for 7Z1HL in QRZ.com is closed and will not be updated.

Looking forward to meeting you on the bands

73 es gl Harry

. . . and before you ask:
NO, I am NOT on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or any of the so-called "Social Networks". But I would love to meet you on the bands or hear from you via email.


The FOC president Bob Whelan, G3PJT, has created the following simple DX Code of Conduct. If we all pull together to improve standards then we will all be able to work more DX and have more fun on-the-air

DX CODE OF CONDUCT

1. I will listen and listen and then listen some more
2. I will only call if I can copy the DX station properly
3. I will not trust the cluster and will be sure of the DX station's call sign before calling
4. I will not interfere with the DX station nor anyone calling him and will never tune up on the DX frequency or in the QSX slot
5. I will wait for the DX station to end a contact before calling him
6. I will always send my full call sign
7. I will call and then listen for a reasonable interval. I will not call continuously
8. I will not transmit when the DX operator calls another call sign, not mine
9. I will not transmit when the DX operator queries a call sign not like mine
10. I will not transmit when the DX station calls other geographic areas than mine
11. When the DX operator calls me I will not repeat my call sign unless I think he has copied it incorrectly
12. I will be thankful if and when I do make a contact
13. I will respect my fellow hams and conduct myself so as to earn their respect

More information is available at the FOC website http://www.g4foc.org/conduct, in March 2010 QST, at http://www.g4ifb.com/html/dxing.html#PileupTips and in more detail at http://www.on4ww.be/OperatingPracticeEnglish.html


 

This is my minimalistic shack, it has all I need!

 

The center piece of my ham operations, Flex Radio 3000 (the first one in HZ-land)

And this is my favorite tool, the Schurr Profi 2

The left screen contains PowerSDR, Bob S-meter, CWGet scope, HamCap and other stuff as required

The right screen is fully occupied by Logger32

My roof top antenna "farm", some wires and aluminium in the air (5 band hexbeam, Cushcraft R8, VHF and UHF for Satellite)

My homebrew 2.5-meter magnetic loop works just great on 40m and below

This is my Saudi ham radio licence

 

... and that's what the temp gauge shows on a "warm" August day at noon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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