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My actual antennas in Spain as EA5/DJ4UF


March 2013, new KX3

Since Nov. 2012 QRV on SOTA


May/July 2012:

As CT9/DJ4UFI worked 2900 stations from Madeira Island at the club station of RRDXA CR3L.de in Santana. QSLs are printed and already sent for all QSOs via bureau.

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If you like, here the Link to the Photos from our hiking tours on Madeira:



Got my license 1958 in Hamburg northern Germany when I was a scool boy with 19 years living in Lübeck-Travemünde. I started with a complete home brew rig 30 watts in CW.I still prefer CW on HF - all bands.I have been very active on VHF meteorscatter (WSJT) from JO30br and from my winter QTH in EA5 from JM08br with 600 w and 4 x 7 el yagi antennas. Now I'm more active on the HF bands with a hexbeam on the roof of the garage.

I've been a teacher for electronics at a professional school und retired since 2002. Now I'm full profi in HAM Radio smiley. I like it.Brigitta, my YL has a class A license, too.I've been a teacher for ham radio formany years and had a classfor YLs at our club with 10 new YL licenses.I'm author for books for learning HAM Radio in German language "Amateurfunk-Lehrgang" and write/wrote articles in FUNK and FUNKAMATEUR. You'll find them at my homepage www.DJ4UF.DE.And I'm a square dance caller. I like square dance! Look at my homepage.

73 and see you on HF bands, perhaps with KX3 summit on the air or visit us in Aachen or in Spain!

QSL direkt during winter (October to April): Look at this picture. Mobile telephone is off.


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