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Hello visitor.

Here you can find some informations about my radio activity and interest.

My interest into HAM-Radio is DX-Hunting and Contest.

 

Awards:

DXCC Honor Roll: Mixed, CW and Phone

DXCC: RTTY, 9BDXCC (160, 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10.)

DXCC Challenge: 2470 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.

 

HB0/HB9LCW QSL request via direct or bureau no LOTW!

On HB0 I use the station from friend Mike HB0TW.

My last activity from HB0 (Liechtenstein) was 11. January 2014 on 160m, 40m and 30m CW.

 

For direct QSL send SAE with  2 US $ .

Operator and team member from HB9RR and the Signal-Hill bandpoint chaser.

Member of: USKA and GDXF

 

 

Mountain QTH ( 2700 meters above sea level ) without noisy neighbours.

 

 

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.

 

IK/HB9LCW

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.

 

My QSLs.

 
 


 

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