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DOK T01

I got my class E certification ( ex DO2IL) in 2012. At the 13.05.2013 I got the class A Certification.

The QSL card shows the great Mr. Marconi and a beautiful mountain in the allgaeuer alps called Gruenten -home of D-Star repeater DB0ESS -(1738 meter over see level) with big antennas for all kinds of transmission.

QSL cards at the moment just direct via my address.

I am QRV : 438.850 Mhz and 145.725 Mhz (DB0ZU: Zugspitze), 439.512 D-Star (DB0ESS: Gruenten), 438,9375 Mhz (Tegelberg)

I am member of DARC DOK T 01 (Augsburg)

If you have any questitions please don t hesitate to send me an email: DB2IL@darc.de

Hope to meet you soon at the band.

The pic below shows a Sirio Gainmaster vertical for 10/11/12/17 m. You also can see the Diamond for 23cm/70cm/2m and a discone antenna for my JRC NRD 535 DG shortwave receiver and my Bonito Radiojet SDR with active antenna ara 60 from dressler an a new wellbrook 1530 L magnetic loop. A 27.5 m horizontal wire antenna with balun 1:9 is behind my house. I use it for 15m/20740/80m. I also have a Diamond X 6000 antenna.

For 2 m: Anjo 4x quad antenna.

For 70 cm: Anjo  4x quad antenna.

At my second QTH in Weiden (JN69BQ): G5RV with a length of about 30 m and a Titan GAP DX Antenna.

My transceivers: 2x YAESU FT 897 D, 2 x YAESU FT 857, 1x Yaesu FT 817D, 1x Icom id 5100, 1x Hytera PD 785 for DMR,  2x Maas DX 5000, President Jackson 2, Kenwood TM V71(motorhome), Icom IC D92E for D Star, 1x Kenwood TM 742 2m/70cm/23cm, 1x Yaesu FT 2800, 1x Icom IC2820 incl D Star unit, 2x Icom IC 910H with dressler d 200 s amplifier, Tokyo HL-180V, Tokyo HL-160V, HLA 300 plus.

Tuners: LDG AT 897 Plus, LDG Y 100, LDG AT200 Pro 2, MFJ 969 Deluxe, MFJ 929.

My sweet home.

In the desert of Abu Dhabi Anjo Quad Antennas 2m/70cm

In the desert of Libya 2009

After 10 years a heavy rain in Libya 2009

 

"Private" Fieldday wirh my 4 WD motorhome at the Hoher Peisenberg about 1000 meter over sealevel in .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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