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SWL activity began with 15 years,ham beginning in 1961 with A Lincence in Munich , 5 month later B-Licence with special permission
working on 432 MHz my most favorite band in AM and CW mode using x-tal frequency. Today i.m qrv also on 144,1296,10368 and HF
from my first, and the same from my second qth in jn68kx with EME possibility on 432 with nearly 600 KW EIRP. Portable qrv on
10 and 47 GHz.

In 2007 I retired from my qrl als specialist for internal medicine mainly Cardiology/Angiologie.

Since this time I've built up measurement as GPS disciplined equipement, SHF device up to 47 GHz. and 70 cm -antennas
(16x9 elDK7ZB -see picture).

Presently 1 prefer Flexradio 1500 with a couple of transverters. Main interest are qsos on 10 GHz ( 60 cm dish, 7 watts and GPS
disciplined db6nt transverter), propagations like Tropo, Rainscater and airplane reflected exspecially on 1,296 GHz (100 wtts, 55 el)
due to location near munich airport.


































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