my DOK: V01
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) following would be enough:
1 current valid IRC no matter to which country or
2 USD for a reply no matter to which country.
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. Today I'm QRV almost only on CW.
Operations from abroad included:
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 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)
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 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.
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.
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