Hello my dear radio friend!
A little story about myself:
I was born in 1952 and became a member of our national organisation EDR (www.edr.dk) in 1967 and started as a SWL in the same year as OZ-DR 1453.
Licensed in 1971 as OZ6TW.
I am a retired Electronics Engineer(HND) and during my active years I was teaching electronics, computer science and math.
Member of EDR, ARRL and DDXG.
My main interest is DX on 10, 15 and 20 m. I also enjoy restoring Heathkit equipment.
Rigs: Icom 756ProIII, Yaesu FT817ND, Kenwood TS-790, Kenwood TH-D7, Heathkits: SB-301/SB-401, SB-303/SB-401, HW-32A, HW-8, Icom IC-281H.
Linear: Kenwood TL922
Ekstras: Heil Pro-set Plus!, Kenwood MC-85 mike, Yaesu FP-1030A(power supply). Rotor: Yaesu G-1000DXC. Digi: ZLP DigiMaster Pro3.
Antennas: For 10,15 and 20: A 3 elem Fritzel FB-33 yagi in a telescopic tower. For 40 m. an "Inverted V"-dipole. For 2 metres a 7 elem from M2. For 70 cm I use a small 9 elem from Tonna.
SWL-reports are more than welcome!!
And please remember: A QSL is the final courtesy of a QSO! (I'm still a very keen QSLcard-collector even after all the years on the air!)
Please note: The postal authorities in Denmark have gone completely beserk! The postage for sending mail outside Europe is 4,40$ for an "A-letter" and 2,80$ for a "B-letter". These prices make Denmark the most expensive country in Europe (and maybe outside as well?).... BTW: No IRC's please.
CU on the bands.
This is my shack(to be "refreshed" with an up-to-date picture, hi):
This is what my antenna sees in direction south(Germany in the horizon)
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