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Hello and thanks for stopping by!

I started Ham Radio back in 1967, got this callsign in 1972 and celebrated my 40th anniversary in 2012. At the moment I am active on 7 MHz - 28 MHz, 50 MHz / 70 MHz (receive only), 144 Mhz, 432 MHz, 1.296 MHz, 10 GHz.

CW is my preferred mode, but you can find me also on SSB and RTTY / Hell / SSTV.

Acually I have worked and confirmed 334 out of 340 DXCC entities and hope to complete before I retire.

Beside Ham Radio travelling and photography are some of my further interrests.

Left picture: Spiderbeam 20-10m at 40 ft

Right picture: 3 ft Offset-dish for 10 GHz (11W Pa and 0.8 dB Preamp inside the feedhorn box)

I am one of those old-fashioned paper-QSL-collectors and appreciate every card! I confirm all QSOs via LoTW and Buro. For direct cards it is not necessary to enclose IRC, just SAE would be nice.

To my friends in USA: A paper-QSL (MRC) for my US-County-Award is very much appreciated! Proudly I received US-CA-500 in 2012!

For Award-Hunters:

For more informations please visit my homepage at www.dk5ai.de.

I look forward to working you soon!

73, Wolf DK5AI

 

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