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WELCOME to my QRZ.com page

Since I was 10 years old I am incredibly interested in HF and DX.

Educated in electrical engineering and electronics.
Licensed and active mainly in HF and DX since 1995, CEPT 1 incl. CW

Member of OEVSV




What is ham radio?


Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) is a popular hobby and service in which licensed Amateur Radio operators (hams)
operate communications equipment.

Although Amateur Radio operators get involved for many reasons, they all have in common a basic knowledge of radio technology
and operating principles, and pass an examination for the FCC license to operate on radio frequencies known as the "Amateur Bands."
These bands are radio frequencies reserved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for use by ham radio operators.
Amateur Radio operators come from all walks of life -- doctors, students, kids, politicians, truck drivers, movie stars,
missionaries and even your average neighbor next door. They are of all ages, sexes, income levels and nationalities.
Whether through Morse Code on an old brass telegraph key, voice communication on a hand-held radio or
computerized messages transmitted via satellite, all hams use radio to reach out to the world.

You can communicate from the top of a mountain, your home or behind the wheel of your car.
You can take radio wherever you go! In times of disaster, when regular communications channels fail,
hams can swing into action assisting emergency communications efforts and working with public service agencies.
You can use telegraphy, voice, digital and images in communication with other hams.
You can even talk to Shuttle astronauts or bounce signals off the moon!

Some hams like to build and experiment with electronics.
Computer hobbyists enjoy using Amateur Radio's digital communications opportunities.
Others compete in "DX contests," where the object is to see how many hams in distant locations they can contact.


Mostly we use ham radio to form worlwide friendships over the air.


Enjoy the pictures !

73 de Heli, OE5CNO


. . . . . sunrise at my QTH, . . . . . panoramic view from east to south and west . . . . .



. . . . . and from south to west . . . . .


. . . . QTH, 500m above sea level . . . .


. . . . natural reserve at my QTH. . . .


QTH - Moosdorf, 30km north of SALZBURG - 300km west of VIENNA




VIENNA, capital city of Austria


view from OE5CNO shack


view of the antenna


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