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Hello dear YL or OM,

my name is Tom and I am located in south Germany near Munich. These days I am not very active in ham radio. You can only find me in front of the radio at the clubstation if there is a new DXCC for me on the bands. Actually,  I´ve been preparing and building my portable QRP rig for future outdoor activities. In 2015 I am going to take part in the World Flora and Fauna programme and activate some WFF areas next to my location.

I want to say thank you to Peter, DK1MBY, my great morse code teacher.

I am also very grateful for the time with Horst, DJ2WN (sk), in front of his radio. He was my mentor in all terms of dxing but past away in 2003.

My log is beeing uploaded to LOTW regulary.

vy 73

Tom


I am holder of the US extra class callsign K7CWN.


DXCC score:

DXCC entities (worked / confirmed) mixed (320/320), CW (313/313), PHONE (304/303), RTTY (214/205)

DXCC entities missing: 3Y, 3Y/X, BV9P, CE0/X, E3, FR/J, FR/T,  FT/W, FT/X, KH1, KH3, KH5, KH5K, KH7K, KP1, P5, VK0/H, VP8/G, VP8/S, YV0


ITU zones (worked / confirmed) mixed (72/70)

ITU zones missing: 22, 24, 72 (If you are located in one of my missing ITU zones, so drop me a line via eMail for a sked, please.)


Awards:

DXCC: 8 Band, Chellange 1500, QRP, CW, PHONE, RTTY

WAE: TROPHY MIXED, TOP CW, TOP SSB

WAZ: 5 BAND, CW, SSB, RTTY

WAS: TRIPLE PLAY (CW, SSB, RTTY cfmd via LOTW)

WPX: Award of Excellence

WAC: 5 BAND, CW, PHONE, ONE DAY

RDA: 100

... some Antarctica Awards, some Lighthouse Awards


Due to recent incidents of unauthorised use of my personal data it appears that I need to issue the following legal statement: Data, images and information published within this qrz.com profile may not be modified, used, reproduced or redistributed in any manner without the express written permission of the author Thomas Buchta, DK8MCT / K7CWN.


 

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