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Thank you for visiting my QRZ page. I'm licensed since 2002.
Working modes are CW, SSB and Digital.
The actual station setup is

  • OCF Sloper Dipole covering (160)-80-40-30 m (homemade)
  • Five band compact top loaded vertical MA5V for 20-17-15-12-10 m
  • Four element Yagi SE and six element Yagi N for 2 m
  • Yaesu Radios
    FT-950, FT-7B
    FT-857D, FT-817 for VHF and HF portable activities (nice rigs, add the Collins filters!)
  • Drake TR-4C and RV-4C
  • For 2 m : RM VLA200 Amp and FT-857D
  • Kenwood TH-D72  HT for mobile and bicycle mobile operations
  • Keys : Junker Straight Key, Schurr Bug, Schurr Profi I, Schurr Portable, Palm Pico Paddle

While I'm constantly experimenting with new antennas my signal may be weak -
if that happened, then the new setup has not improved it !

Awards are a very good thing at the hobby. Have achieved this so far :

  • DXCC 200 - CW
  • DLD 100 - 80m
  • WAE 1 - CW

I'm always looking for German DOKs on 80 meters

In 2006 the educational / guest callsign DN6SRD was added

Hope to meet you on the bands. 73 Roland

other callsigns / activities:

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2002/2003 M/DL6SRD
2003 SV9/DL6SRD (Crete Isl. EU015)
2004 SV8/DL6SRD (Samos Isl. EU049)
2005 DL6SRD/W2
2006 DL6SRD/P (Foehr Isl. EU042)
2008 IK2/DL6SRD (Lago Di Garda)
2010 EA6/DL6SRD (Mallorca Isl. EU004)
2010 CT7/DL6SRD (Algarve)
2011 IK2/DL6SRD (Lago Di Garda)

2014 CT7/DL6SRD (Algarve)
2014 M/DL6SRD

 

 

Actual antennas at home QTH

Drake TR-4C Radio, One-Tube TRX kit radio on top of  the Yaesu FT-897D
Keys : Schurr Portable to the left, Schurr Bug in front of the Drake TR-4C

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