German Amateur Radio Station
German Amateur Radio Station
Hi and thanks for visiting!
I started amateur radio in 1981 on short wave and VHF.
At the present time, you can only hear me on the 144 MHz-Band.
My special interests are: EME, meteor-scatter, sporadic and tropo-duct.
You can send me your QSL-card DIRECT OR VIA BUREAU. If you send it direct, please don't send money. I always pay the ruturn postage on my own.
Please note: I do NOT support E-QSL.
Via EME you can work the whole world on VHF. To start EME, you only need a free view to the moon and less noise. Disturbances from the electricity of the houses around you are the main problem to catch low signals from the moon. If you can elevate your Yagi, it's much easier to get a clear frequency. With a single Yagi of e.g. 3 wave length you can easyly work some of the big stations of the world.
Via meteor scatter I worked most of all squars. With patience you can work distances of 1500 km and more in a direction,
where you have hills with no chance for tropo. You will see, how much fun MS will give you.
So far, I got these results on 144 MHz:
The latest DXCC were GJ, GU, EW, K, HV, 4O, UA2, ES, VK, VE,
UA9, TA, J, ZS, ZA, Z2, 1A, EA8, CX; FG, VP8, OE, S7, OJ0 and TF
Worked 463 squares, 371 squares are verified now
- METEOR SCATTER:
Worked 277 squars. new ODX via ms is: 2037 km (with TF3CY/p in IP24JG)
Did 361 QSOs so far, worked 186 initials from 147 squars. Those are 43 DXCC via moon
ODX via moon still is: 16093 km (with VK3AXH in QF12WI)
this years perseids meteor shower gave us good chances to work rar DXCC
and rar squars. DX-expeditions like TF3CY/p, TF3ML/p, C37MS and 9A/OK1MU
were the highlights of this season. C37MS and 9A/OK1MU were easy to work for me.
For TF3CY/p I listenend from saturday noon until sunday morning continuesly.
After 10 hours of listening I got the first pings. Finally after the big pileup was over,
the QSO was complete. The best reflection was 6 seconds long (!)! over a distance of 2037km
CX2SC: Thanks to Ric FG4KH: Thanks to Philippe VP8DQE: Thanks to Marshall
OE3NFC: Thanks to Norbert S79EME: Thanks to the team C37MS: Thanks to Hans-Jean
TF3CY/p: Thanks Benedikt
NEW #'s via meteor scatter:
IN81: Thanks to EA4EOB, Rafael KO02: Thanks to SP5ULN, Piotr KO11: Thanks to SP8SN, Robert
JP90: Thanks to OJ0B, Jussi KN57: Thanks to UT5ZN/p, Alex IO43: Thanks to EI9E, team
KO23: Thanks to LY/OK1CU KO60: Thanks to UY1HF, Valery KM17: Thanks to SV1NZX, Alex
JM66: Thanks to IH9/PE1BTV, Ruud KO35: Thanks to EU6AF, Anatoly IO65: Thanks to EI2KK, Hori
JM77: Thanks to IW9CTJ, Concetto JM29: Thanks to EA6ALW, Javier JN20: Thanks to EA6/PA2CHR, Chris
KO08: Thanks to ES0/DM2ECM KO18: Thanks to ES0UG, team JP42: Thanks to LA0BY/p, Stefan
JP20: Thanks to LA4WKA, Hugo JN60: Thanks to IC8SQS, Salvatore JN02: Thanks to C37MS, Hans-Jean
IO44: Thanks to EI9E, John JP52: Thanks to OH8ETB, Ville KP14: Thanks to OH6HFX, Johannes
JP92: Thanks to SF3NR, club IP24: Thanks to TF3CY/p, Benedikt JN73: Thanks to 9A/OK1MU, team
JO07: Thanks to GM6VXB/p, Martin JN71: Thanks to IZ8BXM, Roberto
LATEST QSLs arrived:
9A/PA2CHR: Thanks to Chris
Z38/PA2CHR: Thanks to Chris
YL/OK1MU: Thanks to Pavel
YL2PJ: Thanks to Zigurds
S51ZO: Thanks to Joze
S57M: Thanks to Bojan
S79EME: Thanks to the team
YO6OBK: Thanks to the Csongor
SV8/HA1YA: Thanks to Gabi
JP3EXR: Thanks to Taka
W1PV: Thanks to Skip
G7RAU/p: Thanks to Dave
F8DO: Thanks to Marius
CX2SC: Thanks to Ric
EA6ALW: Thanks to Javier
OM8AND: Thanks to Peter
EA5RM: Thanks to Simon
EA5RM: Thanks to Simon
IC8SQS: Thanks to Salvatore
IW9CTJ: Thanks to CarusoSalvatore
These are the results via EME so far:
1. RK3FG 2. KB8RQ 3.W5UN 4. UA3PTW 5. K5QE
6. RX1AS 7. I3MEK 8. DK5SO 9. RU1AA 10. ES1RF
11. SM5CFS 12. RW3AC 13. VK3AXH 14. I2FAK 15. G4SWX
16. OH7HXH 17. SP4K 18. UT5UAS 19. S52LM 20. SP4MPB
21. SM5CUI 22. SP2OFW 23. VE1KG 24. DL9MS 25. EA6VQ
26. DK3BU 27. RU1MS 28. R3BM 29. HB9Q 30. OZ1LPR
31. RN3A 32. DK3WG 33. EA5CJ 34. OK1UGA 35. IK1UWL
36. K3RWR 37. AD4TJ 38. N9XG 39. YU7XL 40. UA4AQL
41. HA8CE 42. UR3EE 43. UA9YLE 44. UR7DWW 45. R9SL
46. N7NW 47. K6MYC 48. SM7GVF 49. F5AQX 50. NT0V
51. K9MRI 52. WA3QPX 53. RZ6DD 54. IK2DDR 55. EB5GP
56. JE1TNL 57. VK5APN 58. UT5DL 59. RZ3BA/1 60. SK5AA
61. SM5DIC 62. GM7VXB 63. EA4CYQ 64. W1AW/4 65. AA4SC
66. RK22WG 67. UA4LCF 68. OK1IL 69. SK6EI 70. ZS6OB
71. RX3A 72. EA2AGZ 73. F8DO 74. F1FLA 75. W2DBL
76. PA5MSS 77. EW/UT6UA 78. VE2JWH 79. W1AW/7 80. OH7PI
81. S56P 82. CT1HZE 83. YT1AR 84. G6PHH 85. SV6KRW
86. S57M 87. RW1AY/1 88. SV6KRV 89. IK7EZN 90. DK9ZY
91. Z21EME 92. SM2A 93. UT5ZN/p 94. YT0EME 95. OK1DIX
96. SO0EME 97. I6BQI 98. UA1MC 99. EA1YV 100. W1AW/3
101. EI4DQ 102. OH8MGK 103. YO3DDZ 104. I2RV 105. I1ANP
106. JR3REX 107. K1JT 108. IK3MAC 109. K7MAC 110. OK2PMS
111. ES6RQ 112. SP1JNY 113. OH4LA 114. WA2FGK 115. OH3AWW
116. UX0FF 117. RA9LR 118. EA8TJ 119. G4URT 120. W6BBS
121. S58M 122. OH3KLJ 123. UX5UL 124. K1MEA 125. CX2SC
126. FG4KH 127. K5DOG 128. K3JYD 129. VK5FA 130. RN3F
131. UT2EG 132. F4DJK 133. VP8DQE 134. N2LV 135. N0LWF
136. HA1YA 137. OE3NFC 138. S79EME 139. DF9UX 140. YL2AJ
141. F6CVY 142. LA8KV 143. UB6A 144. RP70LU 145. AH6LE
146. W5ZN 147. F4EGA 148. F4ARU 149. SM4GGC 150. W1PV
151. JP3EXR 152. YU7AA 153. W6YX 154. UR4EWZ 155. HF0AA
156. PE1L 157. RW3QJA 158. HB9ADJ 159. LZ1VPV 160. HB9EVG
161. JA5EEU 162. EA3NE 163. YL2GD 164. DL8II 165. IK1FJI
166. S53K 167. N1DNN 168. K5WBM 169. PA5Y 170. DL6SH
171. LZ2FO 172. ON4KHG 173. DL1VPL 174. F6HVK 175. PA3CMC
176. UA1OEJ 177. DM5TI 178. DK9WI 179. GW3XYW 180. RX4CQ
181. ZS5LEE 182. RW3WR 183. S55OO 184. ZS1LS 185. EA8DBM
186. OH1JJ 187. YOU??? 188. YOU??? 189. YOU??? 190. YOU???
This page was updated on November, 9th, 2016
Please call me for DX!
You can make a sked with me:
for EME: http://www.chris.org/cpi-bin/jt65emeA
for meteor scatter: http://www.on4kst.org/chat/login.php?band=2
or via email
My QTH has a free view from 154° to 302° (no elevation is needed to look obove the country).
You can see my altitude profil under:
Please click on "View" and scroll down to "DJ6AG"
I am living about 40 - 70 meter above the our small city.
The mountains in the background of the picture below are about 80 km away from here in south-west direction.