I was born in 1972 in Kehl near Strasbourg. I am licensed since 06.1997 and first i got
the small license called DC9TC. Three months later i got the "big" license called DL1GME.
I spend a lot of time on shortwave, specially on 40/20/15 and 10 meters.
Sometimes i get lost on 12,17 or 30 meters hi hi.
I also sell some HAM-Equipment on ebay.
Please visit my shop here: ebay
Photography is an other passion of mine. Just take a look on my Photography-Website...
In photography there are Canon and Nikkon users - i prefere Canon.
In amateurradio the most hams use Kenwood and Yaesu - i prefere Kenwood, as you see :-)
This is my shack with all of my equipment, where i spend a lot of my free time.
QSL-Info: Only EQSL.CC or LOTW. I no longer accept QSL Cards via the bureau.
My shortwave microphone is a very old one. It was made in the 1960s but the electronic inside is an
absolutely other and was created by myself. It sounds very nice and lovely and works fine on my
The Kenwood TS2000 is my backup/portable transceiver also for 6m @ home.
This one is modified by me and consumes much less current.
The LCD-Background-lights now are white low-current-LEDs.
On the ACC2 connector i put a 12 kHz IF-Output for several CW-Skimmers or DRM.
For 2m and 70cm i use the Kenwood TM255e and TM455e.
I modified both Transceiver LCD-Background-lights to white low-current-LEDs.
On top is the Digital Vector RF Wattmeter LP-100A with a 10kW coupler.
To the left side you just discover my VHF/UHF-Microphone. Its a low-price Zetagi MB+5.
Even the Kenwood TL-922 Meter-lamps are modified to white low-current-LEDs.
The fan inside was very loud, so i decide to replaced it with an Arctic-Cooling 12V fan.
The fan-modification is very complicated because the old fan works with 100V.
I put an cute powersupply inside for it and it works fantastic.
The TL-922 is now so quiet - its just fantastic for my ears.
Today (20.12.2014) i decide to modifiy the second stage on this amplifier.
The loud RX-Relay and BIAS-Relay are replaced by two Vacuum-Relay for TRX switch
and an Electronic BIAS Switch. Now it is very quiet and extreme fast (5 ms for QSK).
A lot of people ask me, why so much power?
Well, the answer is very simple: Life is too short for QRP :-D
This amplifier is amazing :-)
The PCB was created by myself.
If you are interessted in the schematic, feel free and ask me...
My favourite Log is Logger32 in Version 3.49.268 with the FiFi-SDR for CW-Skimmer and panorama-view.
FiFi-SDR is a SDR-Receiver created by Funkamateur.
It covers 200 kHz to 30 MHz and includes 5 bandfilters and is very, very small.
For VLF i use a selfmade VLF-Converter. It covers about 9 kHz to 500 kHz.
This antenna-switch is created by myself and handle up to 4 antennas and works up to 60 MHz.
It switch the MagLoop for 17m and the 50 MHz DeltaLoop for my Kenwood TS2000.
With just 4 wires it is possible to switch 4 antennas inluding controlling of 4 MagLoops.
Here you see the SWR of the antenna-switch above. it works pretty fine...
The picture below shows my selfmade 1:4 Teflon-Hybrid-Balun for my 40m Delta-Loop.
It handle up to 2 kW and the SWR is very flat near 1,1 (see pictures below).
Manufactured by myself and also available on ebay, take a look here...
The Picture below show you the SWR from the 1:4 Teflon-Balun above terminated with 200 Ohm. Very flat :-)
Here a closer picture of my favourite shortwave microphone.
I love it :-)
This picture indicates the SWR of my 40m Delta-Loop without Tuner!
I hope you enjoyed my QRZ.com site.
Feel free to ask or e-mail me what ever you want :-)
My equipment for amateurradio:
Delta-Loop 10/15/20/40m + 1:4 2kW Teflon-Hybrid-Balun by DG0SA
Delta-Loop 6m + 1:4 Current-Balun by DG0SA
Diamond X-7000 2m/70cm/23cm
Kenwood TS2000 - Kenwood TS870s - Kenwood TM255e
Kenwood TM455e - Kenwood TMV7e - Kenwood TH79
Kenwood TL-922 - LP-100A incl. 10kW coupler - SARK100
VLF Converter 9-500 kHz -> 5009-5500 kHz
Intel Pentium 4 - Win7-Pro and Interface one by Funkamateur