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17 years old, I started my ham "career" together with my father (DL8US) in 1965 in Bad Kissingen, Northern Bavaria. Due to restricted resources we concentrated first on 2m homemade equipment with AM and fixed quartz-frequencies on the transmit side. From the beginning I have been fascinated by this band (and still I am): contests, tropo propagation, Es, MS, aurora ....

Later on I moved to Munich, first for studying, and then for remaining and I settled down here in JN58sc, in the southern part of Munich-City.

At the moment my working conditions on 2m consist of an IC740, a LT2S-Transverter and a homemade Mosfet-PA with the I0JXX 350W-module. My ant is 4 x 7 element, 15m above ground, 555m a.s.l. (see picture, 15.5 dBd). Unfortunately the elevation rotor is out of order, so I have a fixed elevation of 6°.I'm active also on WSJT, mainly FSK441, but I succeeded in some JT65b EME-QSOs, as well.

On Dec 16th, 2009 I started my activities on 70cm, again with my IC740 and a homemade transverter, built by DJ6XH. Rig here: 40 W - Ant 16 element (14.4 dBd).

I'm QRV also in portable mode on 2m, using 30-40W output and the homemade ("ultra-light") 4xHB9CV-antennas, vertically stacked and tested during my holidays on the island of Sylt (JO44dv), in South-France (JN12mr), in Poland (JO74lb), in Liguria (JN44xb) and Croatia (JN74jo) with good results.

 

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VHF-Contesting at home in JN58sc

 

Portable Operation on Island Sylt, JO44dv


WAE-SSB Contesting on our club station

 

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