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My name is Axel. I got my first licence in 1969 with the callsign DC1QC. This licence was limited to VHF and UHF Bands only. After I finished my masters degree in RF engineering I upgraded my licence to shortwaves in 1974. Since that time I have the callsign DF2QC.

From 1997 to 2002 I was inactive on the bands, because I worked as a consultant and project manager in the Philippines.

In 2008 I retired smiley, repaired my old Kenwood TS-180s and started again Ham operations. Meanwhile I own a Yaesu FT-2000 and have a lot of fun with Ham radio. At the moment I reached the the DXCC standing of 314 entities.

I’m member of VFDB (a DARC associated radio club) and my DOK is Z14 (only for those ones who are interested) and also a member of DIG (6258).

Each QSO I confirm with via LoTW / eQSL (AG). If don't receive a LoTW or eQSL confirmation I send my QSL card via the bureau after a few weeks. I answer direct QSL's, but please send me a SAE and US$ 2,- to cover the mailing expenses.


So, hope to hear you on the bands!!!!wink




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