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smiley   Welcome and hello from my home the DXCC country Germany, DL !   smiley

                                           

 

 

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                  QRV from North East Crete Island, IOTA EU-015, Locator KM25SH DXpedition:   

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Did you find my little tower in the middle of the picture ?

Regarding my amateur radio activities outside Germany I create already separate special qrz.com pages for the following calls. If you are interrested for more informations and special activity pictures feel free to click on my following callsign links !

The most activities I did with /M mobil conditions with 100W and 2m long outbacker Tri-Split mobil antenna. The following call list is not complete. Step by step I will update and complete the collection. Let´s have fun together with low power mobil activities around the globe. Please call me as often as you want. It´s ever a big pleasure to meet HAM friends again on the bands. Now please look below for my callsign that you worked and click it to find out more informations:

SV9/DJ1AA  HB0/DJ1AA  EI/DJ1AA  F/DJ1AA  HA/DJ1AA  HB9/DJ1AA  IK/DJ1AA LX/DJ1AA  MM/DJ1AA  OE/DJ1AA  OK/DJ1AA   OM/DJ1AA SP/DJ1AA  M/DJ1AA  B4/DJ1AA  YO/DJ1AA  PA/DJ1AA   OZ/DJ1AA  ON/DJ1AA  4X/DJ1AA  3V8SS/DJ1AA  5Z4/DJ1AA  5Z4HU  AB0DL  EA/DJ1AA  DL65DARC/DJ1AA  LZ/DJ1AA

 

Please find below the ClubLog Online log to my DJ1AA Log system. 

NEW:  As a new service for the QRZ.com users I opened the QRZ.com logbook as well.

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Please check the last 50 QSO´s from DJ1AA here:

 

Some informations about my station and antenna systems @home in Germany:

That´s my tower with 17 element Optibeam OB17-4 (6ele 10m, 4ele wide spaced 15m, 4ele 20m and 3ele 40m), 

WARC Rotary dipol (12m, 17m, 30m),

17ele 2m Yagi 2M-5WL, 10m boom, SSB Electronic Pre Amp closed to the 2m antenna

21ele 70cm Yagi Tonna, 4,60m boom, SSB Electronic Pre Amp closed to the 70cm antenna

Vertikal on the top: 2m / 70cm Diamond X50-N, 1.70m

ATV Camera on the top, transmitting live pictures on 13cm, optical viewing in beam direction in about 23m above ground. 

On the top of the Tower I fixed a 20KW 1:1 balun. That´s the feeding point for inverted V dipol antenna system for monoband

dipol for 80m and a monoband dipol for 160m. 80m dipol looking east <> west and the 160m dipol looking south <> north.  

The station transceiver is an ICOM IC-7800 with ACOM 2000A PA. For 2m DX I use a Kuhne transverter TR144H+40

28 MHz >< 144 MHz and a BEKO HLV-750 PA with 750W output on 2m. For satellit work and normal operation I use the

Kenwood TS2000X allmode transceiver with 144MHz (100W), 430MHz (50W), 1200MHz (10W). I will make some picture

later, because it is saying more than 1000 words...

6ele. Monoband Yagi ZX6-6, 50 MHz and X7000 Vertical 2m, 70cm, 23cm:

By the way, under the roof I installed SSB Electronics Pre Amps for that antenna system

 

Amateur Radio is only 1 of my hobbies. I like to hear and make music. My favorite is to play guitar. I like

Rock & Blues and I have a collection of amps, guitars and more necessary equipment to be happy.

 

My music "studio" together with the amateur radio equipment (not to see here) on the other side of the big hobby room:

I like to drive my Mercedes-Benz CLK 320 CDI with or without the roof... But sorry, no amateur radio system I have inside. The big powerful engine with 3.x liters, 6 cylinders, 510 newton meter of torque and 224 PS is nice to let the car fly or just cruise around with the family on sunny days :)
 

 

 

I like to ride my BMW K1200RS also, my son Farin as well.  hihi, he is still to young with age 12.

My last tour in the austrian alps closed to the Grossglockner (highes mountain with around 4000m asl) we spend our holiday with family and I had a tour around the alp countries like Austria, Germany and Italy 2 days alone in the summer. The family enjoyed the 30 C temp on the lakes around our holiday location in Austria. This picture I made on the Hochalpenstraße short before the Edelweiss Spitze (2500m asl). A nice place to ride with the bike and have a nice view during a tour break. The BMW have 131 PS and 1200 ccm and top speed 270km/h.. It is an open K1200RS and I have this nice bike since already 1999 without any problem. Well, it is a German Bike from BMW. This kind of bike "never have any problems" like a tank.. :)

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DJ1AA: Germany (Europe) CEPT callsign: http://ans.bundesnetzagentur.de/Amateurfunk/Rufzeichen.aspx

AB0DL: USA (North America) FCC callsign: http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?licKey=220203

5Z4HU: Kenya (East Africa) CCK callsign: http://www.qsl.net/arsk/arskcallbook.htm

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>>> DJ1AA-5 APRS System (Automatic Position Reporting System) <<<

Portable - Mobil location Infos: DJ1AA/P = DJ1AA-5 @ww if I have WIFI connection.

You can track my android system under my APRS Callsign: DJ1AA-5

http://de.aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=12&call=a%2FDJ1AA-5&timerange=518400&tail=518400

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>>> DJ1AA-9 APRS System (Automatic Position Reporting System) <<<

Mobil location Infos: DJ1AA/M @ DJ1AA-9

You can track my APRS Kenwood TMD710 mobil radio system under my APRS Callsign: DJ1AA-9

http://de.aprs.fi/#!call=a%2FDJ1AA-9&timerange=3600&tail=3600

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Just for information:  Further DJ1AA APRS position beacons are possible to check out from my following devices:

1.) ICOM ID51 Handheld transceiver D-Star digital voice system with GPS control QTH informations, Call: DJ1AA

2.) D-Star 2m Hotspot Repeater DJ1AA-C:  My DVRPTR 144.900MHz, D-37574 Kreiensen - Einbeck - Niedersachsen

3.) Mobil FM Transceiver Kenwood TMD700, APRS packet system 144.800 MHz, control by GPS mouse

4.) Handheld FM Transceiver Kenwood THD7 with GPS mouse, APRS packet system 144.800 MHz

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Hello dear QRZ.COM visitor,

this is Mirko, DJ1AA. I was born 1963 in Einbeck, Germany. My profession is electrical engineering and quality management. My favorite hobby is amateur radio, of course!

I start with amateur radio in the early 1980 with my ex C-class call DG1AAF. I updated some years later to A-class call DH8AAF. My final call DL8ABO I got in the mid nineties. In 2000 I changed my CEPT class 1 call DL8ABO final to DJ1AA!

Also in the mid nineties I made the US AMATEUR EXTRA class license and in the US my call is AB0DL. QSL cards for contacts with my US callsign AB0DL please via DJ1AA @ DARC bureau (Deutscher Amateur Radio Club), Germany or direct to my German address you can find above.

QSL policy:

If you are interested in a paper QSL, and you are not a member of any club, which is doing international QSL exchange, please send me a SAE with 1 new IRC or 2$US. For domestic requests, please include a SASE. QSL exchange via bureau is preferred.

I am collecting Islands and I am operating from Islands as well. I was been QRV from some interesting Islands on the world. 

QRV on Islands with IOTA and without IOTA status:

Africa: Comoro Islands: Mayotte Island FH/ Indian Ocean, Madagascar Island (Nosy Be Island), Indian Ocean, Mafia Island, Indian Ocean, Zanzibar Island, Indian Ocean, Mombasa Island, Kenyan coast with my call 5Z4HU (ex 5Z4/DJ1AA).

Europe: Spain: Ibiza Island, EA6/ Balearic Islands, Spain: Mallorca Island, EA6/ Balearic Islands,  Italy: Elba Island IA5/,  Great Britain: Islands (England, Scotland + Orkneys, Wales), Ireland, Denmark: Nordjylland Island, Romo Island, Mando Island, Fyn Island, Jegindo Island,  Germany: Helgoland-, Amrum-, Fehmarn-, Norderney - Island

North America: USA: Florida: Keys Islands W4/Homecall or AB0DL.

Asia:  Malaysia: Penang Island AS-015

Also I was been QRV from a lot of fixed countries in the world.. the list will go very long and will increase from month to month because I am working as an electrical engineer for a German company @ world wide. In this case lets save the time for more location details. For special activations I try to get an own license or to go on the air by the CEPT rules. For some of the destinations you can find special links above to separate www.qrz.com pages with pictures from mobil or portable activations.

My home in Germany: Location is JO41XU, about 70km south of Hanover, in north west Germany. My home is the little village Kreiensen and is located in the river Leine valley about 110m above sea level. The mountains around my city reach a level around up to 400m asl. In this case my VHF, UHF, SHF position is not the best for DX from my home location, but on short wave it should be okay. My 17 element Yagi Optibeam OB17-4 is about 19m above the ground on the steel antenna tower.

 

  and good DX

 

Mirko

+++ DJ1AA / AB0DL / 5Z4HU +++

 

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Über die Welt verteilt sind automatisch arbeitende Sender installiert, sogenannte Baken, die ihre Kennung in Morsezeichen senden. Kann ein Funkamateur ihre Signale empfangen und kennt er den Zeitplan und die Standorte der Baken, kann er sich schnell einen Überblick über die aktuellen Funkbedingungen auf den Kurzwellenbändern des Amateurfunk verschaffen.

Eine Bake des Internationalen Bakenprojekt sendet auf einer Frequenz für zehn Sekunden, dann wechselt die Amateurfunk Bake in ein anderes Frequenzband. Auf die zuvor benutze Frequenz wechselt eine andere Bake. Jeweils fünf Baken senden gleichzeitig in fünf unterschiedlichen Amateurfunk Frequenzbändern. Ein kompletter Durchlauf über alle 18 Baken dauert drei Minuten, dann beginnt der Zyklus von vorne.

Die Baken senden erst ihr Rufzeichen, und anschliessend einen 4 Sekunden Dauerton dessen Sendeleistung stufenweise von 100 W, 10 W, 1 W auf 0,1 W verringert wird. So kann ein Funkamateur einschätzen welche Frequenzbänder nutzbar sind, und welche Sendeleistung erforderlich ist um einen Erdteil zu erreichen.

In der Regel wird man sich eine Frequenz aussuchen, und einen kompletten Durchlauf von drei Minuten über alle 18 Baken abwarten welche Signale man hören kann.

Hier werden die Baken des Internationalen Bakenprojekt in
Echtzeit angezeigt. Die Anzeige wechselt wie die Baken alle zehn Sekunden.

Verweis: NCDXF Homepage / International Beacon Project

 

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - DJ1AA
Latest Contacts for DJ1AA at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
DK3YD 2017-10-22 40m CW JN58TE Germany Hans
DL4ME 2017-10-22 40m CW JO50JQ Germany Roland
DL9NBJ 2017-10-22 40m CW JO50LG Germany Thilo
DL0HDB 2017-10-22 40m SSB JO31ml Germany Carsten
DL6AG 2017-10-22 40m CW JO60NW Germany Wolfram
DF4XX 2017-10-22 40m CW JO53CN Germany Kurt
DL4WK 2017-10-22 40m CW JO63SQ Germany Wolfgang
DH0F 2017-10-22 40m CW JO50XG Germany Conteststation (OP Tobias)
DF5A 2017-10-22 40m CW JO64ND Germany Clubstation
DK2GZ 2017-10-22 40m CW JN49GB Germany Harry
S57NL 2017-10-22 40m CW JN66UE Slovenia Brane
DL6DQW 2017-10-22 40m CW JO61uc Germany Reinhard
DK4MX 2017-10-22 40m CW JO50NM Germany Peter
DL9CW 2017-10-22 40m CW JO61DE Germany Dietrich
DK0TU 2017-10-22 40m CW JO62PM Germany Klubstation

Book Totals: 115359 qso's   7736 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM


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Grid Squared Award#13337
Granted: 2016-07-28 18:03:09   (DJ1AA)

United States Counties Award#3542
Granted: 2016-07-28 18:03:07   (DJ1AA)

Endorsements:
  • 250 Counties Phone
  • 100 Counties Phone
  • 100 Counties Mixed
  • 250 Counties Mixed
World Continents Award#14732
Granted: 2016-07-28 18:02:59   (DJ1AA)

Endorsements:
  • 10M Mixed
  • 15M Mixed
  • 20M Mixed
  • 40M Mixed
DX World Award#4249
Granted: 2016-07-28 18:02:53   (DJ1AA)

Endorsements:
  • 10 Meters Mixed
  • 15 Meters Mixed
  • 20 Meters Mixed
  • Mixed Phone
United States Award#2374
Granted: 2016-07-28 18:02:51   (DJ1AA)

Endorsements:
  • Mixed Phone
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