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Hello, I was born in the year 1951 in BERLIN (GERMANY). As a young boy my interest was the shortwave and I am listening to some broadcasting stations with a homebrew RX and indoor-antennas. I beginning my time as an SWL and collect my QSL-Cards from much BC-stations...........

But after some years my interest change to listen the Radio-Hams and now the times comming up whose I want to transmit from myself.

Since 1981 I have my licence and have worked: 5Band WAZ --- 5Band WAS --- 5Band DXCC --- No 1 ARRL DXCC Honor Roll.

My Rig is an ICOM IC-740 (by the way a good receiver because he's very quiet especially at 40 and 80m).

Linear-Amplifiers are a Alpha 87A and a Kenwood TL-922.

Antennas are a 3 el. Yagi for 10, 15 and 20m,

a 2 el. Yagi for 12, 17 and 30m,

a 2 el. Yagi for 40m.

For 80m I using a simple dipole (10m over the top of the building 21m high).

Unfortunately for 160m I have no place for a dipol respectively a vertical with radials.

I have all current 340 DXCC worked and confirmed.

Always good DX and Greetings from Berlin,








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