I first became interested in Hamradio in 1972 as a shortwave listener NL5408. In 1978 I obtained my first callsign as PE1CLM in the Netherlands.
In 2006 my wife and I migrated to Germany and I received the callsign DL1CLM in February 2006. My main bands of activity have been 20 / 17 / 10 / 6 meter.
My station at this moment is an IC756ProII, 9 elementsOptibeam5 band fullsize beam for 20 / 17 / 15 / 12 / 10 meter, Inverted "L" 28 meter for 160 / 80 / 40 meter using 100 Watt.
I do not have an amplifier!
IC706mkIIg used at 2 m and 70 cm, logperiodic ant. 6m - 23cm.
Since June 2010 also QRV on the D-Star network with an Icom IC E80D. Local repeater DB0ZO in Osnabrück, also using a DVAP. Running a hotspot based on a Raspberry PI running G4KLX software on 144.8375 MHz as DL1CLM C
The Tower is a Hummel Junior 10 meter high with antenna elevation system.
When we travel with our Motorhome I operate as DL1CLM/P, the rig is a Icom IC-7300 and the antenna is a Tarheel M300A screwdriver antenna.
Logbook software: Log4OM
Hope to work you soon, 73's Dick DL1CLM
My online HRD.net Logbook for my latest 15 QSO's Please click on the log to see my complete logbook.
Just a few images of my station
A view on the tower and antennas. On top a Diamond X5000 for 2m 70cm and 23cm, in the middle is a logperiodic for 6m - 23cm and on the bottom is the Optibeam 9-5 for 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m and 10m. In the front is the inverted L, the wire goes below the tower 10 meter up and then 18 meter down to the tower in the front ( height 6 meter).
Antenna elevation system in the lowest position, very nice for maintenance or during stormy weather.
A look into the shack
The Portable antenna made by Tarheel modell M300A 160m - 10m
QRV from the motorhome with IC-7300
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