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Finally I'll get my "big" license! After joining the HAM school @ HB9LU for two years now I made my novice license in 2014 and I passed the exam for HB9 in May 2015.

Thankfully I can count on the help of my father Ruedi HB9BEN for all the open questions regarding operation and practice. Also my mother Vreni HB3YAM joined the HAM family.

Picture: QRV on OW-017 wich was deleted in May 2015


It's also a great advantage to have a HAM-dad if you need TRX's and other stuff. Finally I have purchased some gear, but there are still open needs... My actual toys are:

  • Kenwood TS-480HX wit a MFJ 993 remote ATU on a wire-dipole feeded by wire-man in the shack.
    Note: There will be two additional antennas added in future, running over a LDG AT-200.
  • Icom IC-E 2820 VHF/UHF D-STAR on a X-50 in the shack
  • Hytera PD785 UHF DMR
  • Icom ID-51 VHF/UHF D-STAR
  • Yaesu FT2D VHF/UHF C4FM
  • Icom ID-5100 VHF/UHF D-STAR in the car
  • Hytera MD-655 UHF DMR in the car
  • Yaesu FT-100DE VHF/UHF C4FM in the car
  • Icom IC-706MkII (dads TRX) and the AH-4 with either a buddypole or a selfmade 46 meter stainless wire-man feeded dipole for holyday.
  • Yaesu FT-817 (dads TRX) over a QRP-Project ZM-4 with a selfmade 15 meter Swiss-army-wire dipole for my SOTA expeditions. I'll try to extend the dipole to 23 meters, it's not that more weight, hi.

The wishes for the future are a Icom IC-7100 to replace the 706 and a Elecraft KX-3 to replace the FT-817.

I'm member of HB9LU where I did my HAM school and HB9BO where I'm the spider-man for all the outdoor antenna installations. We founded HB9OH (Funkamateure Haslital) and allready installed a Yaesu C4FM/Fm Repeater in my town of origin Brienzwiler.

Picture: Installation of HB9BO on mount Brienzer Rothorn, DMR and D-STAR


I also joined the HB9SOTA club and allready activated some rare peaks!

Picture: me with my XYL on mount Vorder Tierberg (no count, no points, sorry ;-)

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - HB9FVW
Latest Contacts for HB9FVW at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
G7EVW 2016-06-29 70cm DIGITALVOICE IO94fv England Nick Kaberry
DJ5AV 2016-03-20 20m SSB JN47pt Germany Michael Oerter
HB9FMD 2016-03-20 20m SSB JN37rf Switzerland Roland Rod Flueckiger
HB3YAM 2016-03-20 70cm FM JN46br Switzerland Vreni Wyss
HB9BEN 2016-03-20 70cm FM JN46br Switzerland HANSRUDOLF WYSS
HB9AGH 2016-03-20 20m SSB JN47gj Switzerland Ambrosi Fltsch
HB9PZP 2016-03-20 70cm FM Switzerland
LZ1DCR 2016-02-25 70cm DSTAR KN22ID70 Bulgaria Dimitar Georgiev Yanchev
DL2IAD 2016-01-10 80m PSK31 JN39ql Germany Wilhelm Woditsch
YU9XMC 2016-01-03 20m SSB KN04li Serbia Eduard Heinrich Meister
EB2AOC 2015-11-01 20m SSB IN82pp Spain JAVI AMADO
EA2BD 2015-11-01 20m SSB IN92et Spain Ignacio Cascante
G4TQE 2015-11-01 20m SSB IO82lv England JG BURTON
M3FEH 2015-11-01 20m SSB IO70vj England Karl Kruger

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