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Born in 1964, QRV since 1981 (started as Y66RL).

Mostly active in CW. Have about 285 DXCC confirmed.

Latest new DX: 3C0BYP, A35V smiley Thanks Elmo and Chris for great operation!

QSL is 100% return via DARC bureau. If you send me a direct QSL, I will answer on the same way (please include sufficient postage).

If you still miss a QSL from me, please let me know via e-Mail

Picture on top taken at Half Moon Bay, California in June 2008.

current rig:

- FT-1000MP Mk-V

- Palstar BT-1500A Balanced Antenna Tuner (UFB!) , using for 2x10m Dipole from October to march each year

- 3 Band Spiderbeam from April to October each year (bring it up to 12m with an russian military antenna tower - old but stable!)

73 de Thomas, DL1VRL

Picture on my QSL shows the landscape alongside Elbe River, about 30km south of my QTH.

Spiderbeam and Shack, using in the summertime in my garden

my home station with 2x10m dipole in winter 2012/13

Spiderbeam Assembly

Spiderbeam during construction, ready after 6 hours

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