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Welcome to DJ2SEA

 
Station
Operator Stefan
Call sign history AB1RE (since 2012-06-05)
DJ2SEA (since 1997-01-20)
DH2SE (1996-10-20 through 1997-01-20)
DG1KYE (1990-12-19 through 1996-10-20)
SWL call sign DE3SEA (since 2010-04-20)
QTH Aachen, Germany (Locator: JO30CS, CQ Zone 14, ITU Zone 28)
DOK GØ1 (Aachen)
Transceivers Kenwood TS-570DG (Shortwave all-mode)
Kenwood TM-V7E (2 m, 70 cm FM mobile)
Yaesu FT-847 (SW, 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm all-mode)
Yaesu FT-817 (SW, 6 m, 2 m, 70 cm all-mode QRP)
ICOM IC-7100 (SW, 6 m, 4 m, 2 m, 70 cm all-mode)
ICOM IC-260E (2 m all-mode)
Receivers RFT EKD 300 (Shortwave all-mode)
Antennas Kelemen DPD-8040 (Twin dipole for 80 m and 40 m)
Kelemen DP-201510 (Trap dipole for 20 m, 15 m, and 10 m)
Diamond X-50 (duoband vertical for 2 m and 70 cm, mounted under roof)
 

QSL Policy

QSL Cards

Even though some people consider paper QSL cards as 'old-fashioned', I still prefer them to any electronic way of confirmation. For this reason I automatically confirm every regular first contact on a band with a paper QSL card unless otherwise requested. QSL cards are usually posted via the German QSL bureau once per month. All incoming direct QSL cards are confirmed immediately and, of course, direct, too. Adding an SASE, IRC or (green) stamp is not necessary.

SWL Cards

SWL cards are always welcome and appreciated. All SWL cards are confirmed immediately and according to the way they came in (bureau, direct, or electronic).

LoTW and eQSL.cc

Yes, I use LoTW and eQSL.cc (AG) and upload my log files frequently. However I prefer the plain old paper QSL card.

Photos

Since weather was fine at the weekend of the DARC VHF/UHF-Contest in July 2013, I made a last-minute decision to set up a portable station for 70 cm. The shot below shows my station on Eselsberg (Vulkaneifel), locator JO30JF. It was a pleasant experience to see how many nice QSOs my faithful FT-817 along with a F9FT 9el. Yagi on a Spiderbeam fiberglass pole at 7 meters brought into my log. ODX was SN7L with 622 km - and that with just 2.5 watts! QRP at its finest.

Current QSL card of DJ2SEA


QSL Cards


Current QSL Card (since 2013)
Current QSL card of DJ2SEA

 

Previous QSL Card (2008 - 2013)
Current QSL card of DJ2SEA

Previous QSL Card (1997 - 2008)
Previous QSL card

 

QSL card for previous call sign DH2SE (1996 - 1997)
Previous QSL card

 

QSL card for previous call sign DG1KYE (1990 - 1996)
Previous QSL card

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - DJ2SEA
Latest Contacts for DJ2SEA at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
VK6DW 2015-07-30 20m JT65 OF88aa Australia Ian
4X/KK6MRI 2015-07-29 30m JT65 KM71gq Israel
9K2YM 2015-07-29 30m JT65 LL48 Kuwait Yaser Malallah
JA1JRK 2015-07-29 30m JT65 QM06 Japan MASATAKE YATABE (Rio)
VP8ALJ 2015-07-29 30m JT65 GD18bh Falkland Islands Mr. Kuzma Mario Zuvic Bulic
DL2KUF 2015-07-29 30m JT65 JO64 Germany Ralf Sommerfeld
UT2SW 2015-07-29 30m JT65 KN19 Ukraine Alexandr Pichkur
JE4JPQ 2015-07-29 30m JT65 PM54 Japan TAKAYOSHI ICHIHARA
A65DF 2015-07-29 20m JT65 LL75 United Arab Emirates Jayan
S57S 2015-07-29 15m JT65 JN76jb Slovenia ALEKSANDER ZAGAR
K2GT 2015-07-29 17m JT65 BK29ln Hawaii GUSTAVE L TREEWATER
TF3EK 2015-07-28 80m JT9 HP94 Iceland Einar Kjartansson
KD8IZZ 2015-07-28 20m JT9 EM79 United States Raymond E Haren
VA3MJR 2015-07-28 20m JT9 FN03 Canada David Ross
UA9CR 2015-07-28 20m JT9 MO06 Asiatic Russia Alex Prikhodko

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