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I am 42 years young and licensed since 1988. The main focus of my hobby is contesting and DXing. My current project is setting up a Skimmer-Server Cluster. Here's some information:

URL: skimmer.dl9gtb.de - Port: 7300
 
This port 7300 shows only CQ spots from DL9GTB. But I have created several predefined filters for you. If you want, use one of the following ports:

url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7305 --> Shows CQ + DE spots from DL9GTB
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7306 --> Shows only CQ spots in CW from DL9GTB
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7307 --> Shows only CQ spots in RTTY from DL9GTB
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7308 --> Shows only CQ spots in BPSK from DL9GTB
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7309 --> Shows only CQ spots in RTTY + BPSK from DL9GTB

url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7310 --> Shows only CQ spots from European stations
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7311 --> Shows CQ + DE spots from European stations
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7312 --> Shows only CQ spots in CW from European stations
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7313 --> Shows only CQ spots in RTTY from European stations
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7314 --> Shows only CQ spots in BPSK from European stations
url: skimmer.dl9gtb.de + Port 7315 --> Shows only CQ spots in RTTY + BPSK from European stations

Dupe filter are defaulted ON. This means that a callsign is shown only once, although it is sent from several Skimmers at the same time. All other spots are suppressed. This prevents the permanent overwriting of spots in the Bandmap window. Especially in the contest, this is very useful.
The data source contain CQ-Calls and DE-Call's. DE-Calls are very helpful for locate the exact split frequency of a DX station. It is also possible to filter the displayed spots as desired, the commands can be found here. If your cluster program not support a direct command input, please use a program like DXlink for it. After entering the filter command, your filter settings are stored directly in the cluster and you can close DXlink again.
 
Included modes are CW; RTTY; BPSK31; BPSK63 (and other in contest). Scanned bands are usually 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m and 10m. The number of bands is different, it is dependent on the season and the time of day.
 
Data are sent continuous to Reverse Beacon Network, Digital Cluster System by DL4RCK and in some cases to pskreporter.info.
 
My cluster is directly connected to other Skimmers in Europe. It will therefore also be sent spots, even if the RBN (Reverse Beacon Network) is slowly or crashed.
 
More information about my Cluster can be found on my private homepage skimmer-server.dl9gtb.de. A further project is http://www.pskreporter.de There is still much to do, but unfortunately I have too little time.
 
 
 
My last 15 QSO's:

Last 15 QSO from HAMLOG.EU

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I'm a Member of:

  • German Amateur Radio Club (DARC DOK V11)
  • European PSK Club (EPC #7394)
  • Digital Modes Club (DMC #2174)
  • Croatian Digital Group (CDG #0585)
  • Natal Digital Group (NDG #828)
  • Belgium Digital Modes Club (BDM #1490)

Here I'am with Cushcraft Beam A3S:

My eQSL Card:

My other hobby:

My wife and I at our wedding in 2004:

73 de Torsten - DL9GTB

For more information please visit my private homepage

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