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I was born in 1943. I got interested in ham radio in 1960. After some mounts of learning

and examination I got my licence in 1961. My first callsign was DM3ZDA at the clubstation.

Later I got my individual licence DM2BJA in 1966 and Y22JA in 1980.

In 1993 once again my callsign was changed to DL9GMM due to the reunion of Germany.

I quickly found out that I like CW much more than SSB or digital modes and became a 99.9 % CW-OP.

After my study telecommunication from 1965 to 1968 I had be worked as service engineer

to repair radio stations and other electronics on fishing and merchant ships over 20 years.

Later when I had good luck to get a job as electrician on board at container vessels I cross

the oceans. I was there QRV with my small IC-706 and longwire antenna.

Sometimes I had a job abroad and worked in my free time ham radio.

 

My activities abroad :

 1994      DL9GMM /5N0          QTH   Lagos / Nigeria

 1998      OA4 / DL9GMM        QTH   Callao / Peru

 2002      EA8 / DL9GMM/m    QTH   Las Palmas / Canary Isl

 2006      ZS / DL9GMM           QTH   Durban / S. Africa 

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My Antennas at home 

SW - Groundplane basic antenna for 30m / 20m / 15m / 10m add for 17m and 12m

Dipole rotary basic antenna for 20m / 15m / 10m  add by wire dipole for 30m / 17m and 12m   

FD4 Antenna for 80m to 10m

VHF 10 elements long yagi

VHF 3ele yagi for city talk

UHF 16 elements long yagi

 

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My Station:

Transceiver ICOM IC-756 abt 100W and Ant Tuner MFJ-949E

IC-706MK2G abt 100W with Tuner MFJ-945E for portable activities

Standard C5608D for 2m and 70cm abt 40W

FT-290R for 2m city talk abt 5W

 

picture next time

 

 

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