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Picture above is taken in July 2014 while operating from GB2GM Marconi Heritage centre, Cornwall/England.

ALSO: K7LXX

Member of:

FOC 2044,  CWops 578,  FISTS 15958,  SKCC 10283,  DARC DOK F71,  AGCW 2910,  CDXC

                        

 

1984 - 2014: 30 Years on air..... 1st QSO with Cornwall/England in September 1984!

Today:

Telegraphy (CW) has become my main communication mode on HF and I have been fascinated by the sound of short-wave ever since my parents gave me a short-wave receiver when I was 12 years of age. That was back in March 1984...

Nowadays I do also enjoy to combine travelling and radio whenever possible.

Preferences: 

CW ONLY! 

Ragchews are very welcome, "599" standards and F1/F2 functionkey-QSOs are absurd. The same applies for folks who decode CW with their PC. Headphones on and practise!

I would only plug in a mic for a band point or a new country or else and occasionally on 6 m.

I am active from 80 to 6 M. I am not a contester and will never be! wink

Here are some of my current keys. I do normally use all of them and switch from one to another every few weeks:

Vibroplex "Original Standard", my first bug. Its wired with an aftermarket "cabletidy". It´s fun but please be patient winkI have started to operate with the bug-key on 18th August of 2014. Initially pretty sobering frown, it turns out to be such a fun and pleasure that I can´t put my hands off once I am in the shack. But I need to practise and I hence ask for your patience should I sound a bit weird on it angel 

Above my N3ZN Iambic ZN-9. A truely gorgeous key!

Above is the fantastic "Chrome Iambic", handcrafted by I1QOD. Serial No. 06/2013

Above you can see the "Scheunemann Einhebel 2", probably one of best Single-Lever Keys in the world!

This is the world-famous and legendary "Schurr Profi 2" Keyer

....and I am more than glad that I finally found this one: the "Schurr Hand Key"

 

Other callsigns or activations:

  • 2002 CT9DLH Madeira Island

  • 2003 ZS1/DK7LX

  • 2005 DK7LX/p Pellworm/Foehr Island

  • 2006 KH6/DK7LX, Big Island, Hawaii

  • 2008 TX7LX Mayotte Island (DXCC: FH)

  • 2008 DA0T/p Neuwerk Island

  • 2009 S92LX Rolas Island, Sao Tomé

  • 2010 XX9TLX (January: Coloane Island, AS-075/October: Macau City)

  • 2010 9X0LX, Kigali, Rwanda

  • 2011 3XY1D, Conakry, Rep. Guinee

  • 2012 CT8/DK7LX Azores (Flores and Pico Island)

  • 2013 H44G, Honiara, Solomon Islands

  • 2013 TF/DK7LX

  • 2013 FJ/DK7LX, St. Barth, FWI

  • 2014 4S7LXG (License Holder), Team DL7DF (4S7DFG, 4S7FRG)

  • 2014 K7LXX/5 from the QTH of K5XK in Arkansas (month of May)

  • 2014 GB2GM Marconi Centre, Poldhu/Cornwall, England

  • 2014 VP5, Grand Turk Island, IOTA NA-003 as VP5/G3SWH  with Phil, G3SWH

 

 

Online-Log and OQRS www.clublog.org: Feel free to request your QSL(s) via the following applications:

A big THANK YOU! to Michael, G7VJR & Team for providing the Ham community with such a superbe tool!

Please make sure to add an SAE and 2 GS (1 is not sufficient!) in the event of sending cards direct. PLEASE NO MORE IRCs! Sorry for inconvenience, but it has become almost impossible to redeem them in a german post office!! PSE NO IRCs, Thanks for your understanding!

 

Holder of:

  • 8 Band DXCC Award (plus 113 entities cfmd on 50 MHz, so theoretically 9Band DXCC if I ever apply) 
  • WAE TOP

  • ARRL "Worked All States" (CW)

  • Worked all Zones (CQ WAZ)

  • JARL WAJA

Thank you very much for looking me up on QRZ.com! I look forward to meeting you soon again!

 

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