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Thank you for visiting my amateur radio area

My name is Markus and I'm ham since 1993.
My QTH is located in the west part of Germany, 20km west from the airport of Düsseldorf.
My interest lies in qso to work with little power.
I work on shortwave with a Kenwood TS 590 in SSB and DigiMode.
Microphone is a Heil head set.
The power is in DigiMode 10-30Watt and max in SSB 100W, depending on the propagation conditions. The antenna I used a 4 element 5 band beam and G5RV. For VHF / UHF I use my second tranceiver Kenwood TS2000 with Yagi antenna and GP. The beam and the yagi antennas are 40 feet above ground on the house roof. My G5RV is invert V behind the house in 32 feet on the top.
I will answer each QSL in EQSL and direct QSL immediately. Via Office takes longer !!!
I wish you good DX and hope we listen on frequenzy.

vy 73 de DG7EKJ Markus

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HF: G5RV /  4 Element Beam

VHF / UHF: Groundplane 2m / 70cm

                    Yagi 2m / 70cm





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Last portable Information: using FT897 and SG230


"24h Race"

QTH: Adenauer Forst "Nürburgring" Loc: JO30LI

TNX fr all beautiful QSO`s in DIG mode and in SSB



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