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Picture showing "Cap San Diego" next to the "Übersee-Brücke" in Hamburg harbor. The ship can be visited and on weekends there is hamradio activity in the shack.

QSLs for new dl8vx contacts please via DARC QSL bureau or direct. Every QSL received direct will be answered direct! I am not using PayPal to Cover Postage!

There were DX-stations in poor countries to make Money that way "pulling" Dollars via PayPal without permission! One of them was SV9V home Call: UA4WHX. That is Money making - not Ham Radio !

Please tell me if not interested in QSLs during our qso!

I was getting too much QSLs back last year from France were a lot of Hams were not Member of REF or could not afford paper cards and membership! - I do not like E-QSLs. - Five by nine QSOs and read the rest under QRZ.com are not welcome! You can talk to me in englisch and french.- As a Radio Teletype Operator I am using my 10 finger tipps and please use yours instead of functions keys F1 to F12!

DL8VX ist 56 Jahre Mitglied im DARC, Amsat life member No 602, member of ARRL, member of G.A.R.T.G. e.V.: German Amateur Radio Teledata Group, e.V. (G.A.R.T.G.) founding member of Swiss-ARTG 1971 in Zürich, founding member of France Pack 1984 in Provins South of Paris.

Im Juni 2016 kann ich den 51. Jahrestag meiner Lizenzierung unter dem Call DL8VX feiern.

Gründungs-OVV: DL8VX 1973 nach Trennung vom OV Rotenburg/Wümme, DOK I-19, dessen OVV ich vorher war.

Der Ortsverband Rotenburg wurde 1953 als 1. Ortsverband zwischen Hamburg und Bremen von Walther Wiechern, DJ2OU, von DARC Mitgliedern aus Tostedt, Lauenbrück, Rotenburg und Zeven gegründet.

Die damals bestehenden Grenzen der Oberpost Direktionen Bremen und Hamburg führten dann zur Gründung eines eigenen Ortsverbandes Tostedt auf Anraten des damaligen Distriktsvorsitzenden (E) Karl-Heinz Muß, DL9QG (Silent Key).

Wer an mechanischen RTTY-Maschinen oder Unterlagen interessiert ist, kann sich bei mir melden. Schwerpunkt Siemens T-37, T-68 bis T-100 Blattschreiber und sogar T-150. Lorenz LO-15 Blattschreiber Handbuch vorhanden. Sehr wenig über LO-133, aber wie man diese vom Postbetrieb auf Afu-Betrieb umbauen kann.- Für viele der aufgeführten Blattschreiber sind teilweise Handbücher, Lochstreifen und Telexpapier vorhanden. Ich versuche zu helfen, aber handel damit nicht! Es ist ein Angebot für RTTY Fachleute mit Mechanikkenntnissen und nicht für Dummschwätzer.

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DL8VX was founding member, first chairman and also last chairman of Deutsche Fernschreib Gruppe (DAFG), in international use: German Amateur Radio Group (G.A.R.T.G.) 10th october 1970, Kempen/Niederrhein and  founding  member of Swiss-ARTG in 1971, Zürich, Switzerland.

First chairman and RTTY-Bulletin Station in the 40 m Band of Swiss ARTG was Dr. Carl Kehl, HB9P a real oldtimer, silent key in 1973. His call sign is used as a club-call now.

DL8VX, alias F0BT 1966 in Amboise, departement 37, founding member of France Pack, a french Packet Radio Group together with F3PI, Michel Baudot, Paris, France and LU2ESB together with around 50 other french OMs in Provins east of Paris in 1984.

The activity of DAFG/GARTG e. V. was ending 1988 by members voting. That has been the end of publishing the "RTTY" Journal ending with RTTY 1/1989. --- Hams interested in these Journals please contact DL8VX for more details. ---

1967 till 1988 DL8VX was editor and bulletin-station of the RTTY-News, a RTTY-newsbulletin on shortwave 40 & 80 m on sunday for over 20 years. DJ1XT, William in Gelting and few times later DK2ZL, Heinrich in Künzelsau transmitted my bulletin called the RTTY-NEWS on sunday 80, 40 and 20 m in 45,45 baud and last years when 75 baud machines were available.

These RTTY-Bulletins were repeated by several stations on 2 m and 70 cm:

DL8QP (Silent Key 2015) Uwe, Bad Rothenfelde, 2 m direct qrg! There were a lot of more stations repeating these bulletins most of them were staying short. Homepage: www.dl8qp.de

Very active on 70 cm in the 80-ties has been Josef, DL6OR in Kempen/ Niederrhein via 2nd European F2 repeater on 70 cm. Josef called Klaus, DL5EJ for help for his RTTY Bulletin with weather informations.

Klaus got a Lorenz Telex from Josef, DL6OR (Silent  Key) in Kempen/Niederrhein and was punching the weather forecast tapes for the bulletin via RTTY repeaters in Kempen (70 cm, F2) and Heidenau (about 30 km south-west of Hamburg), DB0YR (Output 145.995 MHz in FSK) with a lot of fun. DL5EJ, Klaus is doing this for 38 years now with MP3 and Pdf datas via own homepage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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