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My log is uploaded to LoTW and CLUBLOG within a few days after activity. Never the less I'm collecting (and sending) paper QSL cards via bureau or direct.
I'm NOT an active user of eQSL.cc, but I'll upload my logs from time to time. In case of need, just drop me an email.
Hello and thanks for looking me up.
HAM since 1993, call DG9BIP in JO33VM. I started being qrv on Sat's (AO10, AO13, etc.) and doing some VHF/UHF DX (mostly during SAC). Due to license restrictions, I just could listen to HF transmissions using a Kenwood R600 fed by an inverted V. Some times later I was qrv in ATV too.
Equipment in 1998, left picture, bottom to top - right picture shows mobile ATV operation (click on picture enlarges in new window)
In 2002 I went qrt because of job-related reasons and came back qrv in 2010 after moving to my actual qth, now on VHF/ UHF and HF (meanwhile respective license restrictions had been omitted). On 2012-08-15 I changed my callsign to DH9DX.
actual main rig:
(all antennas are located in the attic)
common power source: 2 x Accumulator 12V/24 Ah in parallel - built into an aluminum tool case
Due to the high level of man made noise at my qth (S6-8), at the beginning of 2011 I decided to get qrv outside the cities.
I built up the portable rig, packed it into my car and drove out for testing.
After assembling and raising the antenna I powered on the rig andit beat my expectations - noise level only S1-2! That's it!
So, if you hear me /p on the bands, I'm somewhere in the countryside, enjoying ham radio, the nature and from time to time the sun.
left to right: (click on picture enlarges in new window)
New project during winter 2012/13: endfed half-wave for 80 and 40m, now under test and improvement
(click on picture enlarges in new window)
New portable antenna in 2014: homemade wire 5/8 wave triple leg for 10m, 6m agl
me in portable ops; left: rig HF#1, right: rig HF#2 (click on picture enlarges in new window)
My main interests are making frinds around the world, chasing DX, contests and building up wired antennas.
hpe 2 meet u on the bands! 73 es gd DX de Erwin
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