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Hi, thanks for checking my call!

Most of the time I'm QRV on CW, PSK and some times even in SSB ;-)

I like highspeed CW and QRP/ QRPP as well as homebrewing my own rigs, related equipment and like trying strange antennas some times. :-)

I'm born '59 and ham since 1977. In all these years I have been QRV as

DD0OI, DF2OF, 7N4INM, KP4RX and tried QRP from VE3, ZS, OZ, F, TK, EA8, CT3, I, OE, SV3, 5B...

eQSL will be checked and answered from time to time.

I like the good old paper QSL most. :-)

Meet you on the bands!

vy 72/73

Matthias, DF2OF

DOK L06

 

Here you can see my Titanex TB-7 beam, 10-40m, fed with 2 wire feeder line and matched with Hamware AT-502, which works great.

For 40/80/160m I do use also a horizontal delta loop 41m.

Titanex TB-7 Beam 10-40m

 

This is one of my homemade Tranceivers, the Tramp-8 (8 bands, CW) (by DL-QRP-AG). On the left side my sensor touch key.

Usually I use my TS-590S or FT-817.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of my other hobbies is riding a recumbent trike. I rode it to ham radio in Friedrichshafen in 2014, ~700km one way.

as well as riding a Quest Velomobile from velomobiel.nl

 

 

AGCW #1183, DL-QRP-AG "GM", DARC, G-QRP-C #4388, CTC, EPC #7835

 

free counters

 

 

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