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QSL: DIRECT BY MAIL, LOTW AND eQSL.

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OZ1OXQ.

Thank you for looking me up.

I am not the opr. transmitting as follows: CQ CQ OZ1OXQ OZ1OXQ IS OZ NINO NINO K K K - CQ OZ1OXQ QLF (QSD) ect. - CQ OZ1OXQ TEST DE WIBROPLEX (correct word is Vibroplex) -  ect.

The transmissions take place from Isl. of Lolland  and South Western part of Jutland.

A stalker,  and a friend to him, misuses my callsign(s) in different qrg ´s, including the SSB part of 40 metres as well as in other bands, mostly in 40 metres (cw part of that band).

I have two different callsigns, OZ1OXQ for CW only and OZ4OO for my few SSB contacts.

Do not answer that kind of CQ, the stalker(s) will not reply.

That is a modern way to show ham spirit.

Just for ur information.

 

 

QSL ONLY BY MAIL, LOTW OR eQSL.

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.

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Photo (C) John//OZ4FZ.

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

 

 

Photo (C) Verner//OZ9XU.

My station and my Vibroplex.

The Photos are from North East Greenland.

Between August 1976 and November 2009 I was not qrv.

From November 2009, I have in CW, 100 watts and invereted W3DZZ, worked 290 different countries.

In 80 metres 119 different countries, including OX3, ZL 3 times, VK 5 times, KH2, JA, KH0, VQ9, 4S7, HS0, XU, YV, South Korea, China, Taiwan, The Maldives and many others.

In 40 metres 191 different countries, from Antarctic to Franz Josef Land. - Rotuma isl. -  Macau and many others.

Within 33 days I worked all prefixes in South America.

In 30 metres 192 different countries, including Antarctic, Norfolk isl. - Mellish Reef - Fijii - Spretly Isl. - Lord Hove Isl. Bhutan, Nepal, Singapore,  and many others.

In 20 metres 18 different countries, including Tonga Isl. New Caledonia and others.

In 17 metres 12 different countries, including Antarctic, New Zealand, East Malaysia and others.

I prefer low band DX.

I prefer real cw, that means NIL PC involved. Vibroplex, earphones, a good ant , a good RX, I use FT 2000 and not to forget a good ant. - that is cw and dx.

I never find dx in any dx cluster, I listen.

 

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