2014: 40 years Ham Radio. Licensed as DF3CB since 1977 at age 15.
Focus Contesting & DXing, 160m through 6m, although retired a bit from contesting.
99% of my operating is CW. Some RTTY, JT65, JT9 and Phone.
DXCC on 10 bands with all current 340 entities complete on 20m and 15m.
Since 1992 DXCC Honor Roll #1 Mixed and Phone, DXCC Honor Roll CW (needing only P5).
Since 2005 DXCC Honor Roll Digital (all RTTY, last four needed: 3Y-B BS7H KH3 KP1).
Since 2009 in the Top Ten of the DXCC Challenge (current score 3185).
5BWAZ (200 zones), WAZ on 9 bands CW, 160m WAZ (40 zones) and 6m WAZ (37 zones, no EME).
Achieved WAS on 7 bands CW (40m through 10m), 28 other WAS awards and TPA - all LoTW only.
Participating in the ARRL Centennial QSO Party 2014.
Other calls used in the past: KL7/DF3CB, DF3CB/VY1, W4/W5/W6/W7/W0/DF3CB, ZA/DF3CB, DF3CB/ZP5, AL7MQ, AL7MQ/4
Guest or Contest OP at 4U1ITU, LX8A, LX7A, SU1ER, ZP5AA, ZA1A, NQ4I, 5C8M, CN8WW, 9Y4W, DA0HQ
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Member of DARC (DOK C26) - BCC - GDXF - HSC - ARRL
Daily LoTW upload, no eQSL. I don't collect paper QSL cards anymore but I answer all incoming QSL requests.
The current DF3CB radio station, located in Munich, has three towers and eleven HF/6m antennas. See df3cb.com
|Interlaced 20m 6ele and 40m 3ele monobanders
||DF3CB and DJ2MX operating IARU Contest DA0HQ 20m CW
|Installing a M2 6M8GJ over the 40m and 20m antenna
||Tower #2 - 3ele 30m on top, 15m and 10m interlaced below
|Tower #3 A3WS and KT34XA, 160m/80m Omega Match
||Another view of tower #1