Here you can find some informations about my radio activity and interest.
My major interests into HAM-Radio is CW, contesting and chasing DX on 160m.
DXCC Honor Roll: Mixed, CW and Phone
DXCC: RTTY, 9BDXCC (160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10.)
DXCC Challenge: 2546 Band Points.
WAZ: 160m (all 40 zones), Phone & CW.
WAS: 160m, 80m, CW & Phone.
WAC: CW, Phone & RTTY.
USCA: US Counties Award
All QSOs (inclusive contest) will be uploaded to LOTW (Logbook of the World) only for HB9LCW call.
Next Contest with HB9LCW:
The 2015 CQ World-Wide 160-Meter Contest CW: 2200Z January 23, 2015 to 2200Z January 25, 2015
HB0/HB9LCW QSL request via direct or bureau no LOTW!
My last activity from HB0 (Liechtenstein) was 24. May. 2015 on 40m and 30m CW. ( Thanks to HB0TW ).
Next Contest with HB0/HB9LCW: ARRL 10m Contest 13.-14. Dec. 2014
Operator and team member from HB0A, HB9RR and the Signal-Hill bandpoint chaser.
Remote Station ( 2700 meters above sea level ).
160 & 80m TX vertical (88 feet / 27m) high from Titanex / @ Signal-Hill.
For RX on the low bands we use a four square from DX-Engineering.
The TX and RX antennas are spaced aprox. 200 meters.
62 feet / 20m high tower. Tower is a self design (heavy version).
Antennas from Fritzel, Optibeam, Sommer and HB.
Antennas and tower facility all Homemade. 2nd tower are in planning for 80m antenna.
Meeting with top DXers and members of Far East DX Ploiters (FEDXP) in Friedrichshafen HAM Radio.
From left, JK1OPL, JK1KSB, JA1WPX, HB9LCW, JA1HGY and JA0FSB.
Paul Bittner W0AIH famous contester was visiting my QTH.
My other passion is glider flying.
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