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  DL6JF - German - Amateur - Radio - Station

S01 - Saxonia Dresden 



Member of

The Bavarian Contest Club - BCC


Team-Member of

DA0HQ - IARU HF World Championship 10m CW 2012 - 2014

DM5Z and DP5A ( Guest OP @DR1A, DP9A, DM7A, DR7B )


Other Callsigns and DXpeditions 

W7/W6/W5/W8/W2 and W0/DL6JF - 2013 in memoriam of DL4JS sk as T2YY

+W5/DL6JF - CQ WW WPX CW - Texas, San Antonio

( QSL via DM5JBN )

9H9OB - EU023 - 2011 ( QSL via DH7WW )

+WAG 2011

SW8YY - Zakynthos Isl. - EU052 - 2013 ( QSL via DH7WW )

+CQ WW SSB 2013 and WAG 2013

SV8/DL6JF - Zakynthos Isl. - EU052 - 2013

SV2/DL6JF - Patras Greece - 2013

JW/DL6JF - Svalbard - EU026 - 2014 


SP/DL6JF - Poland - 2014

TA2/DL6JF - Turkey Asia - 2014 ( QSL via DM5JBN )

WAEDC CW 2014 - TC2C - Multi-OP - #2.World  ( QSL via TA1HZ )



Hi Guys,

my name is Felix and I got my LIC in 2005 when I was 13 years old.

Currently I live in Dresden - the capital of the german federal state Saxony.

In my free time I`m often QRV at DP5A - this is the contest and DX station of my friend Ralf, DL3JJ.
I learned pretty much about DXing on the low bands and about contesting from Ralf. He is a really great CW OP and his ears and operating skills on the topbands are very amazing. So I`m 
infected for DX on 160m too. I worked so far about 90 DXCC`s on 160m and 20 Zones. Thats a good score for a operating time of two years. I like the low sign operation.

Many times you can hear me on the low bands calling CQ Japan or CQ NA - thats my biggest challenge to work DX. On 160m I like contesting e.g the CQ WW 160m CW. I`m collecting for the WAS
( all band WAS allready done ) and the JCC.

When I was 20 years old I became a CW paddle from Ingolf, DL4JS ( now sk - he passed away as T2YY ). One year later I called CQ DX on some bands. I did my first CW QSO with T6LG on 20m CW. At this time I kept in touch with Eddy, DM5JBN. We had a really good time in Zwickau, there I studied Electrical Engineering at the WHZ - University of Applied Sciences Zwickau. After the years - I got about 280DXCC`s and 1300 band slots. I`m a DXCC hunter especially in CW. 


Worked Zones on the lowbands

160m - 20Zones

80m - 28Zones

40m - 37Zones

What`s my second challenge? I did my first DXpedition in 2011 - I took a part of the 9H9OB DXpedition - so we went to Gozo (Malta). There I had my first pileup - it was just amazing to handle the bunch of JA`s on 15m - I need more and more over the years!

I was QRV as W8/ W7 / W6 / W5 / W2/ W0 , SV2, JW, OK, SV8, SP , TA2  and many more. So if you hear me on the bands with other callsigns - please call in! Over the years I got some know-how to handle some piles (I guess so) - so be nice and keep calm if you have some problems in the pile where I am the OP. :) No one is born a master!

My turn! Thanks to some Guys ...
DL4JS, DL3JJ, DG5EFM and the guys around DA0HQ. Thanks also to DL5JJ and DL9WVM and the guys around DF0SAX and S01. 

Hope to cu in the Pile and/or on the bands!


Holder of...

WAC 160m CW 

WAC 80m CW

WAC 40m CW

WAC 9-Band CW

Worked all Europe 3 - MIXED #177

Worked all Europe 2 - MIXED #150

Worked all Europe 1 - MIXED # 291

Europe Award - Honor Roll

EUDX-D - +500Points - Needle


My current QSL policy (DL6JF) is as follows:

+ LoTW prefered and very welcome!!!

VY 73 Felix, DL 6 JF



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