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QSL: VIA BUREAU, EQSL ES DIRECT

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QSL information:

I try to keep the following QSL-policy in mind, hi:

QSL-Cards are sent out via bureau if possible for each first-contact-situation (first-contact for band or mode). Aditional QSL-cards would be send out on request only. If not possible via bureau I maybe send out direct if card is of interest for me. EQSLs are going out serveral times a month for each contact.

Incomming cards are answered by the way they reach me.

If you send my your card by direct it would be nice to put a SAE with your card. It would also be nice to find one dollar with your card - but only if possible.

Personal information:

Member of Ham-Family DO7VN and DH1VY.

Short Info about the pictures: The picture left shows my last QSL-card and the nice one with the black/white-T-shirt is me, in background it's Dieter, DF2VW - sometimes I got asked, who are the OMs.

On the right you see my first QSL-card.

My profile-picture is the actual QSL-card designed in Oct. 2010 and send out since then. It is a combined card for using by my wife (DO7VN) and myself.

licensed since november 12th 1996

QTH till 1999: Kaiserslautern (JN39VK)

QTH till 2002: Konz (JN39GQ)

QTH till 2005: Saarbruecken (JN39MF)

QTH till 2008: Dudweiler (JN39MG)

QTH since 2008: Voelklingen (JN39KF)

Member of DARC since January 1998

DOK till January 2005: K10 (Trier)

DOK till February 2013:Q02 (St. Ingbert)

DOK since February 2013:Q05 (Voelklingen)

How to reach me:

  • Echolink: #4492 (if directly availiable via mobile phone)
  • Echolink: #259705 (to reach me via DG9VH-L simplex link)
  • D-Star/DMR: (262)5094

Memberships:

Station information:

Transceivers:

Yaesu FT-857D + LDG YT-100 automatic tuner + MD-100 Microphone

Yaesu FT-7900E for FM-Transmissions on 2m and 70cm

And brandnew in shack: Miss Mosquita - that is a qrp (5 watts) cw-superhet transceiver for 40m which I build up in July 2012. You could find photos and other information onhttp://www.dg9vh.de/category/technik/mosquita/

Icom ID-51e for D-Star usage

New since October 2015: Tytera TYT MD-380

Also new since August 2016: Hytera PD-785G

New since October 2016: Yaesu FT1D

Antennas:

  1. For all shortwave operations: 22 mtrs wire in east-west-direction
  2. For 2m operations: 4 element yagi, vertically heading abt. 40 degrees
  3. For 70cm operations: 8 element yagi, vertically heading abt. 40 degrees

All antennas are mounted in the attic

Here is a little view of my desktop-shack.

Main activities:

Most of the time you could find me on shortwave - mainly in the digital operations segment - doing some psk31 and so on. Most of my activities are in digital modes. But I'm also using SSB-Modes and CW on shortwave.

My UKW/UHF-activities concentrate on using local FM-repeaters. Sometimes you can find me in the SSB-segments (if it's contest-time :-)

Actually I am very active in digital voice modes like DMR, C4FM and DSTAR. I am the programmer of two popular dashboards for MMDVMHost-Systems (MMDVM-repeater and DVMEGA-hotspots) and for the YSFReflectors, both software-parts programmed by Jonathan, G4KLX.

If you are interested in my work, take a look at github: https://github.com/dg9vh

Feel free to visit my german homepage: www.dg9vh.de

Actually I am on:

kHz.

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