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Niue DXpedition 2012 - ZK2C just a "dit" in the pacific

I am member of a german team which will be active from 3rd to 17th February 2012

from Namukulu in the north-west part of the island.

I am QSL manager for ZK2C - for QSL requests watch out our website ONLY!!!

website for any further informations: http://zk2c.hkmann.de



QSL Policy

QSL's are ok via buro or direct to my homecall DL7JAN

For direct request pse 2$ or 1 IRC for all stations to cover the postage.

All others will send via buro!

NO e-qsl, only the real stuff ;-)




Hello to you!

I was born on February 7th in1983 at Leimen, Germany. I joined amateur radio at the age of 15 as DG3JAF. In 1999 I turned to DL7JAN. Since this time my life turned around completely-hi. Main activity is DXing,Contesting and hunting for awards.

You can meet me from 160-6m in CW,SSB,RTTY and PSK31!

In 2004 I started my first DXpedition together with Andy, DL3GA to the Maldives. My call there was 8Q7JF.Since this time I want more :) In 2006 I operated as a guest operator under DQ2006A and DR06SOCCER (mainly CW) for the World Football Championship Award. In 2006 my next DXpeditions followed...
In August 2006 I was on air as DA2006LH from Fehmarn Island with a DL-team for the International Lighthouse Weekend (19th/20th August 2006) and two weeks later it goes on from the Kingdom of Lesotho as 7P8JF together with Mathias,DJ2HD (7P8DJ) and Wolfgang,DH3WO (7P8WO). Time there was great !!!

July 2008 I was active as HB0/DL7JAN from Triesenberg, Principality of Liechtenstein.

In February 2009 it goes on with a DXpedition trip to the Seychelles - Praslin Island (AF024). Call there was S79JF! The Seychelles are one of the greates places down on earth!

In late August 2009 I ran my next DXpedition as CT8/DL7JAN together with Egon,DL2IX as CT8/DL2IX from Faial Island (EU175) Azores. We had a nice time there for 10 days of operation.

February 2010 my second solo DXpedition gonna started for a 10 day trip to Negara Brunei Darussalam as V88/DL7JAN. It was my first time to be on air from the pacific area.

So in February 2011 it goes on with my 3rd solo DXpedition. This time I decided to go to the island of Dominica where I had a fine stay for 11 days. It was my first time to operate from the British West Indies. 6.650 QSO's were made as J79AN.

The DXpedition 2012 is over now! In February we were active from the island of Niue as ZK2C.
A german team of 9 operators were able to reach more than 48.000 QSO's in two weeks of a non-stop operation.
It was such a nice experience and we had a lot of fun togehter in the south pacific area.
Now I am very busy with the batch of qsl requests as manager of ZK2C.

In April 2013 my girlfriend (now my wife) and I did a trip to the beautiful island of Madeira. This time it was dedicated as a holiday-style operation. As CT9/DL7JAN 3.200 QSO's were logged in a nearly 10 day period. Thanks a lot for a big support to my wife Julia! Will qsl any request with a full coloured qsl card as usual.


I am QSL-Manager for 7P8JF,7P8DJ,7P8WO,8Q7JF,CT8/DL7JAN,CT9/DL7JAN,HB0/DL7JAN,J79AN,S79JF,V88/DL7JAN and ZK2C

Direct or via buro is fine! But no e-qsl, only the real stuff!!! ;)


My RIG: YAESU FT1000MP Mark V Field, Kenwood TS480SAT Ant: 5el 6Band Yagi,Battle Creek special,Windom, 4el for 6m

actual DXCC standing: 335 worked and 335 confirmed

for more detail about me please feel free to visit my homepage www.qsl.net/dl7jan


so have fun with the best hobby ever... AMATEUR RADIO

vy 73 de Jan,DL7JAN

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