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Special DOK  " JK "

 

 

HISTORY

 

DL0JK started in 1960 sponsored by JUGENDBILDUNGSWERK KASSEL.

A lot of training courses for achieving the german Amateurradio License were taught till October 1991.

In 1964 a CW – training-course was broadcast two times a week on 80m/2m- and 70cm – repeaters with 22 lessons per year and repeated for 16 years.

Participating in the great HF-contests the team had great success with high scores and positions in the ranking lists.

In 1991 the station had to be closed at the location by different reasons. The callsign DL0JK has survived and will be now a traditional call.

 

More about the history see http://f12.jimdo.com/historisches

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