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Hi everybody,

Thanks for stopping by - my name is Andreas (friends in the US call me "Andy"). I am licensed since 1980 and work mostly on 80 and 40 but also on 20 and 17m. Since early 2012 I also hold an US extra class "W6EAT".

Besides HF I am also active via D-Star. Meanwhile I am running 7 repeaters (on 2m and 70cm) hosted at my location "DB0EAT", in Laboe near our capitol Kiel "DB0DMB", near Heide "DM0HEI" and in Timmendorfer Strand "DB0MAR-B" but build several more 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 is here: http://www.qrz.com/db/DB0EAT


Snapshot of my current equipment:


HF: Icom: IC-7700, 3 x IC-706MK2G, Yaesu: FT-857D, FT-817ND, Kenwood: TS-870S, Perseus SDR, several Powermasters and LDG tuners

HF Antennas: 80/40m loop, 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), 2 x 200W 2m Mirage, 120W 70cm Mirage

D-Star: IC-92, IC-80, ID-51, 2 x ID-880, 2 x ID-5100, DV Dongle and DVAP Dongle, DVRPT2 board, RaspBerry Pi

VHF / UHF / SHF (FM): TM-741, TH-79

VHF / UHF / SHF Yagis: (2m): Flexa FX-224, Flexa FX-205 v  -  (70cm): 2 x Flexa FX-7015 v  -  (23cm): Flexa FX-2304 v 

VHF / UHF / SHF Vertical: Procom CXL 2/70 C


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

Procom Repeater-Antennas: Ellerhoop: CXL 2/3 Cl, CXL 70/5 Cl  - Laboe: CXL 2/70 C - Timmendorf: CXL 70/5 Cl


See you on HF or via D-Star on Reflector REF006C on US-Trust!


Andreas (Andy)


One of my other hobbies - riding my BMW K1200RS - here with Dirk, DL4BAM (right):

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