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Hello Amateur Radio Friend

 

I started with Ham Radio when I was 15 years. So I´m on the air waves since more the 18 years.

I meet a lot of Ham Radio operators in my young life. For example the father of my guest family was a active operator and I was often listening his radio to the strange & interesting signals.

In 1995 decided to become a Amateur Radio Operator. Around 1 year after starting I got my first licence.

My first call was: DD6FT, wich was only the small C- license for VHF.

Around 5 years later I learned telegraphy by myself with some kinly help of my friend "Red" DL1BUG and extend my license. So I got the the B-license. DL6JFT was now my call.

Because my main interesting is DX-ing and contesting, I apply a shorter call. In the beginning of 2006 I received my latest call: DL6CT

-In March 2007 I startet with friends my first Expd as 6W/DL6CT. QTH was Cap Skirring. We also operate some days from Guinea-Bissau as J5UAR.

-April 2010- I was active as EA6/DL6CT. Mallorca Isl QTH : Alcudia

-April 2011- I spend some holiday QSO´s Teneriffa/Puerto de la Cruze: EA8/DL6CT

-July 2011- I was active from Usedom Island EU: 129

An picture wihout the 20m Tower:

 

 

My Equipment:

Trx: Yaesu/Kenwood

Ant: Sommer Antennas XP-706 30m-10m (30m Self-Extension)

RX Antennas for 80/160m, EWE & Beverage

Lowband Ant: 27m GP (works fine 160m/80m/40m )

160m L Antenna

 

Hope to meet you on air.

Enjoy the fantastic hobby wich gave us so much joy!

 

73 good DX

Mel -DL6CT-

 

 

 

 

 

 

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