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Thanks for the QSO we had in the past, today and in the future!

 

I'm a HAM operator since a longer time and I have decided now not to collect any QSL cards, exept for a new country. I have no place to store the paper QSL cards and it makes also no sence to put the cards in a box and newer view them.

Please send me no QSL cards anymore. If a would like to have one I will send you a card (new DXCC). I don't answer to received QSL cards anymore. Take this in mind, please. TNX!

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Licensed since 1978

First as HB9PIV, then HB9DDS

 

Shortwave:

- Kenwood TS-2000 (Black)

- Elecraft KX3

- Kenwood TL-120

- Expert 1K FA Amplifier

- G5RV (10/12/15/17/20/40/80m)

- Rotary Dipol for 40M (ECO)

- Vertical Cushcraft R5 (10 - 20M)

 

50 MC:

 

- Kenwood TS-2000 (Black)

- Elecraft KX3

- Home made 3 Element (Design DK7ZB)

 

144 MC:

- Kenwood TS-2000 (Black)

- 1KW Amplifier (I0JXX)

- Home Made 8 Element (Design DK7ZB)

- Diamond Vertical X-200N

 

432 MC:

- Kenwood TS-2000 (Black)

- Diamond Vertical X-200N

 

Backup wink:

- Yaesu FT-857D

 

QSL Manager for:

- HB9DDS

- HB9RF

- HB60RF

- 3B7RF

 

Logs:

HB9DDS

HB9RF

HB60RF

3B7RF

 

My present antenna "Farm"!

 

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