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DK7LX Germany flag Germany

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Greetings from Hessen (English: "Hesse"), the heartland of Germany.

 

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OP is on air since March 1984......

 

.....and a member of: 

                        

 

 

Other calls (in chronoligical order):
CT9DLH (CT3), ZS1/DK7LX, KH6/DK7LX, TX7LX (FH), A43DLH, S92LX, XX9TLX, 9X0LX, 3XY1D, CT8/DK7LX (CU8,6), H44G, TF/DK7LX, FJ/DK7LX, 4S7LXG, VP5/G3SWH
 
Extra Class US-Call:
K7LXX
 
Personal preferences:
CW, ragchewing, DX-Peditions on a small scale in combination with holiday, no contests and no 599-rubberstamp QSO´s unless it comes to DX-Pedition traffic.
 
I prefer real QSOs. Just a 599-contact is not a QSO for me with the exception of a much needed quick-one during DX-Pedition traffic.
 
I still try to figure out what fun it can be to sit there working CW QSOs with function buttons, one after the other. The same applies for people using decoders for CW instead of their brain.
 
Isn´t it a great challenge to be skilled enough to conduct real QSOs without a computer? 
 
Anyway, each to their own!
 
As for DXCC chasing: I have 338 DXCC-turns on the coil.
 
Rig:
  • Yaesu FTDX5000, plus some extra power if required
  • Yaesu FT450D
  • plenty of morse keys
  • 2 el Cubical Quad 20 to 10 mtrs, single fed
  • 4 el Cubical Quad  6 mtrs
  • custom-made trap-less interlaced Rotary Dipole for 30 and 40 mtrs
  • inverted vee for 80 mtrs
 
 
 

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