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Updated last: Ocotber 18th 2014, 10:08 am UTC

 

Hi everybody,

Thanks for stopping by - my name is Andreas (friends call me "Andy"). I am licensed since 1980 and work mostly on 80 and 40 but also doing DX on 20m and 17m in SSB. Simply stop by around 3653 KHz or 7194 KHz for chatting.

My favorite DX-spots are below 14.200 KHz (Extra class segment) or 18.150 KHz (+/- QRM). All frequencies mentioned are preferred spots and depend certainly on QRM.

Since early 2012 I also hold an US extra class "W6EAT". Whenever I'm back in the US I am also pretty active on 20m but also via D-Star (US-Trust, Reflectors 6C, 9C, 10C, 12A, 14C, 30C and during Hamvention on 38C)

Certainly HF remains my #1 activity and play ground even when I´m also doing D-Star (mobile and portable).

We build our own D-Star Network in our county "Schleswig-Holstein" over the last 2 years - today our network has 17 repeaters (and several more of others)......I am owning 8 repeaters on 2m and 70cm today, hosted at 4 different locations: At my qth "DB0EAT", in Laboe near our capitol Kiel "DB0DMB", near Heide "DM0HEI" and in Timmendorfer Strand "DB0MAR-B". In parallel I am SysOp of 16 repeaters in our county.

Over the last 2 years I built several more repeaters for other locations and friends. If you are interested in some more detailed information please visit either DB0EAT or W6EAT here on QRZ.com. In addition you find more information about some HF projects on my personal home page www.duessler.de.

More info about our latest D-Star repeaters are always here: http://www.qrz.com/db/DB0EAT

 

Snapshot of my current equipment:

HF: Icom: IC-7700, 3 x IC-706MKIIG, Yaesu: FT-857D, FT-817ND, Kenwood: TS-870S, Perseus SDR, several Powermasters and LDG tuners

HF Antennas: 80/40m horizontal loop, 40m vertical quad in winter, Optibeam OB 9-5 (9 element / 5 band full size) on 20m crank-up tower

PAs: 2 x KSG 1300 (40 x BLW95), LV6 (GU43b), 8 x MRF157-PA (under construction), Ameritron ALS-500MX, 2 x 200W 2m Mirage, 120W 70cm Mirage

D-Star: 2 x ID-5100, 2 x ID-880, IC-92, IC-80, ID-51, Blue DV Dongle, Red DVAP Dongle, DV-RPTR V2 board, RaspBerry Pi-Hotspot

VHF / UHF / SHF (FM): TM-741, FT-8900. 2 x FT-7900, TH-79, Wouxun KG-UV2D, Alinco EC-10

VHF / UHF / SHF Antennas:

Yagis horizontal:      (2m) FlexaYagi FX-224 

Yagis vertical:          (2m) FlexaYagi FX-205V  -  (70cm) 2 x FlexaYagi FX-7015 Array  -  (23cm) FlexaYagi FX-2304V

Verticals:                 (2m / 70cm) Procom CXL 2/70 C  -  (2m) Procom CXL 2/3 Cl  -  (70cm) Procom CXL 70/5 Cl

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D-Star Repeaters: SysOp of 16 repeaters in North Germany - Owner of 7 repeaters at 4 different locations: DB0EAT-B, DB0EAT-C, DB0DMB-B, DB0DMB-C, DB0MAR-B, DM0HEI-B and DM0HEI-C             

EchoLink Repeater: DB0EAT-L

Repeater antennas (all commercial): Ellerhoop: CXL 2/3 Cl, CXL 70/5 Cl  -  Laboe: CXL 2/70 C  -  Timmendorf: CXL 70/5 Cl  -  Heide: Kathrein 3dBd

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Meet you hopefully on HF (in SSB) or on VHF/UHF via D-Star (Reflector REF006C preferred) on US-Trust!

73,

 

Andreas (Andy)

 

 

One of my other hobbies: Riding my BMW K1200RS - here with Dirk, DL4BAM (right). Picture taken during our last tour 2013 in Dorumersiel:

 

And here is our final trip in 2014 on October 4th: Visiting Jens, DK8MIL and Reinhard, DL6BC during their military vanity car weekend in Henstedt near Bremen.

From left to right: Chris, DL6CL  -  Jens, DK8MIL  -  Reinhard, DL6BC  -  Dirk, DL4BAM

11 Cylinders - all in blue and all made by BMW ...... 2 x K1200RS, 1 x K75

The good old EKD500 in Jens's mobil - working VK on 20m:

Dirk, DL4BAM and Chris, DL6CL in Wilhemshaven.......Banana Ice-Cream at its finest!

Ready to start our trip back home - what a great day in Schlicktown-City....

Heading back home - here on ferry Blexen-Bremerhaven crossing the Weser river...

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