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Thank you for looking me up.

I was born in 1947, licensed in 1963.

Ex. callsigns:

OY4OO (1970 -1972), when I was radioofficer in NAVAL RADIO Thorshavn (OVL).

OX3OO (1974-1976), when I was radiooficer in Weatherstation DANMARKSHAVN (OXQ), a small WX stn. 12 men, many slededogs in POS 7646N 1846W in North East coast of Greenland.


Photo (C) John OZ4FZ.

Showing my inverted W3DZZ. The water in background is The Baltic Sea - Eastward.

Photo (C) John OZ4FZ.

In the photo, I am, with FT 450, running DX in CW on 7.014,00 kc/s.

The screen shows DX CLUSTER and DX ATLAS (grey line).

With 100 watts and inverted W3DZZ, feedpoint up 10 metres, ends up 2.20 metres, I have worked the whole world in 80 metres CW (111 prefixes, including VK and ZL), latest EA9/DL2RNS (27.02.2014)

3 different ZL callsigns in 80 metres, latest ZL3XDJ.

4 qso �s with Sava//VK4PN in 80 metres, Sava uses like me, 100 watts and wireant.

In 7 mc/s, I have worked 191  prefixes, from Antarctic (RI1ANC, RI1ANF and RI1ANR) to Franz Josef Land (RI1FJA), LATEST PUERTO RICO//KP4MS AND GUAM//KH2/W1AW.

In 7 mc/s, within 33 days, I worked all prefixes in South America.

From November 2009 until June 2010, I used DRAKE TR7, with that stn. I ran my 2 first DX prefixes in 80 metres CW, VQ9LA and KH2/N2NL.

After DRAKE TR7, I first used FT 450, then FT 450 D, in the Autumn of 2012 FT 950, then in few month FT 1000 MARK V FIELD, now FT 2000, but still only 100 watts.

Since I, in November 2009, started up again, I have, in 80 metres, in 40 metres and in 30 metres included, worked 282 prefixes,  LATEST NEPAL//9N7AA,  SANKT ANDREAS//HK0/UA4WHX AND MELLISH REEF//VK9MT, ALL IN 30 METRES.

I am now qrv in 20 metres, and I have in that band worked Isl. of Tonga//V35V, still with my invereted W3DZZ and 100 watts.

All my qso`s are made by 100 watts and inverted dipole (W3DZZ).

No fancy ant. systems, only the good old dipole (W3DZZ) 80 metres and 40 metres, in 30 metres, ordinary 1/2 wave dipole - both inverted, same feed point.

It is a succes to be close to the water, I am, look at the photo.

I wish u all, the best DX in real CW, and good luck.

In my CW work, NO PC systems are involved.

A good RX, x - tal filter as well as good working DSP, headphones (good ears) and a Vibroplex, that�s CW.

C U in CW .

CW F(or) E(ever)


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