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DOK F42   Loc JO30WQ

Licensed since 1966 Member of HSC (#621), AGCW, RRDXA - Weekend operating QTH: 50kms east of of Bonn (Westerwald area)

My 3el SteppIR with 40/30m dipole at my weekend QTH on a mobile tower ("camouflage")........



and our 6 Element Monobander 20m/12m - boom length 17,30 m (originally a ZX17-6 now converted for 20m and an interlaced 12m 6el ) at our remote station


on a surplus mobile tower (25m -crank up and tilt over)


Before we used a 4 Element Monobander 20m (old HyGain204BA) on the same type of mobile tower



QTH in the Westerwald Area for Low band Dxing

New 20m Vertical for 160/80m about 9m above ground on aluminium roof (750sqm) - fullsize for 80m and separate radiator for 160m with top loading - 5 guy wires (250m Kevlar)

Now we use also 4 vertical half folded dipoles for 40m phased with a hybrid coupler (remote controlled - using N1MM rotor program and Alpha Spid protocol) - it is a special version of 4Square hanging in the guy wires of the large vertical fibre glass pole.







Our "vertical" for 80M with top cap hat ( on a 750sqm aluminium roof ) during the winter season 2011/12


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