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My name is Frank and I am located in Hagen JO31QI about 20km from Dortmund and 70km from Cologne.

Hagen lies on the outskirts of the Ruhr District Area, a cluster of cities in the north western part of Germany.

I was born in Melbourne Australia in 1964 and lived there until 1972.

In 1972 I moved to Newman a town in Western Australia.


I live in Germany since 1976.

I am 50 years old and licensed since 1981.


I like dxing on the 80-10m bands.

Digital modes ( SSTV, Olivia, PSK, etc. ).

But also nice ragchew qso`s as well.


I am using an ICOM IC706MKIIG at the moment.


6-160m = 6.7m vertical antenna on the roof with no traps and just a few radials, which works surprisingly well !

2m/70cm = Big Wheel


MFJ Versatuner V 3kw antennatuner (Stalin matching) laugh


I also use a Uniden/Tempo 2020 plus ext. vfo, speaker as a backup and with the FTV-901R transverter for 2m SSB/CW.




Pileup breaker is a modified Heathkit SB1000 amplifier.

Not in use due to repairs.

Please visit my friend and amazing operator DL1EEZ


Please do not send me QSL cards if you expect to receive one back,

because unfortunately I don`t have any to reply with!

QSL only via E-QSL




Hope to meet you on the bands!

73`s de Frank

ICOM IC706MKIIG 70watts and vertical antenna


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