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Born in spring 1947

First experiments with electricity in early 1960

Masterpiece: production of high voltage by old door bell with "wagner hammer-interrupter" and transformer, from 4,5 Volt battery approx. 15'000 Volt. Tested at the door latch and confirmation by beating from the father… First detector radio with primitive means mid 60s. Attempts by selfmade Transmitter end 60s with "confirmation" by Telecom supervisory authority. Beginning of the seventies unlicensed CB. Later licensed CB. 1976 licensing examination for VHF / UHF, Call HB9MSL. 1995 License testing morse, new Call HB9ECS

First SW TRX SGC/USA, replaced by ICOM IC775DSP. Antennas: LogPer 10-30LP8 from M2 USA and for lower Frequencies Dipol, matched with automatic AntennaTuner SGC. July 2016 TRX replaced with HILBERLING and PowerAmp HILBERLING 1K out, Dipole replaced with T2FD BUXCOMM

Job's: education for Mechanical engineer, later designer and specialist Commissioning protocol for automatic control system of air condition, later field engineer for electrical typewriters and writing systems (robot letter), later field engineer for IBM-compatible big computer systems, later selling communication equipment (handheld and car mount radios and base stations E.g. for Taxi) and also mobile Telephones (NMT900, later GSM), last station Storemanager of flagshipstore networkprovider GSM, retired 2005. Hope to have more and more time for Amateur-Radio!

 

my 1th TRX SGC

Bildergebnis für sgc radio products

 

Next ICOM IC775DSP, in Shack till 06/2016

Bildergebnis für icom 775

 

Now in Shack HILBERLING

Bildergebnis für hilberling

Bildergebnis für hilberling hpa

My Shack & Lab

My STN

My "HF-Gun" M2 10-30LP8 LogPer, abt. 25 Mtr. above Ground, also seen Parts of T2FD, used as inverted V and on top the omnidirectional 50/145/430 MHz

 

My QSL-Card, presents typical Building for the Village Allschwil and shows the impact of french nighborhood

A house with history! Googles for details :-)

 

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