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1. QSLing-policy:

I'm QSL-manager for my own activities (DL6KVA, 3D2KV, 4K0CW, T30KV, T33KV and older calls) and those of Vlad, 4K9W (ex UD6DKW). QSLing 100% via DL-buerau ( "via DL6KVA" must be clearly written/printed on the card as there is no 4K-bureau for many years). QSLs can be sent direct, too.

Currently for a direct reply (max to 20g per letter) 1 current valid IRC or 2 USD would be enough.

2. some information about myself:

Born in 1967 I got interested in ham radio in 1981. After a few (necessary by GDR-regulations) years of active SWLing I got my first licence in 1984 as Y37RA.

In 1987 I had to change my callsign to Y42DA due to a move to a different location. In 1992 once again my callsign was changed to DL6KVA due to the reunion of Germany.

I quickly found out that I like CW much more than SSB and became a 99,9% CW-OP.

Operations from abroad included:

1992 UD6D/Y42DA

1993 UD0/DL6KVA

1993 DL6KVA/6Y5

1996 4K0CW

2003 4K0CW

2005 RK6YYA/4/m - RDA team expedition to Volgograd region (UA4A)

2006 RK6YYA/0/m - RDA team expedition to Russia Far East (UA0U,UA0J,UA0D,UA0C,UA0L)

2006 RK6YYA/4/m - RDA team expedition to Mordovia (UA4U)

2007 4K0CW

2007 RK6YYA/0/m - RDA team expedition to Yakutia (UA0Q)

2008 RK6YYA/0/m - RDA team expeditions to Dagestan (UA6W), Rostov (UA6L), Kalmykia (UA6I), Stavropol (UA6H)

2009 4K0CW

2011 R4/DL6KVA/P - some RDA-activity in Volgograd region (UA4A)

2011 ED9M - WW DX CW M/S contest activity from Ceuta with EA9LZ, HA1AG, HA3NU, N5KO

2012 4K0CW

2012 P29VCX / P29NI / P29VPB IOTA team expedition with G3KHZ, SM6CVX, HB9BXE, K5WQG to Papua New Guinea island groups OC-103, OC-099, OC-069.

2013 T33A team expedition to Banaba (see www.t33a.com ) and some short activity as 3D2KV, T30KV and T33KV while on travel from / to Banaba as well.

2014 4K0CW

2015 7QAA team expedition to Malawi

Some photo albums from my expeditions and other trips can be found at


All info about the RDA (Russian Districts Award) program You can find on http://www.rdaward.org.

my DOK: V01

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