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Hello !
   Thank You for all the pleasant contacts from 2013 until today , hope to meet more nice people in 2017 ... wink
My thoughts for 2017 :
"" Life is too precious to spend too much time in worthless pileups "" , take care and enjoy !

Here are some more silly and "important" informations and details about my radio career:
Member of:
DARC DOK N01 ("Bielefeld") I am one of the  last exotics which are still a member of an Amateur Radio Club !
DIG 3061 Trophy - CW Badge - VHF/UHF Badge

ADDX
The second class Operators' Club, SOC #1158
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(back again after a break)


BCL on shortwave since 1971 (= starting sending reception reports;playing with some old radios and listening since maybe 1962....)
-first QSL card from Radio Sweden
-Radio Canada Shortwave Club ,Member R 1686 ; Polskie Radio DX Klub,Member SP472/DL; Radio Ukraine International , Hoererclub, # 7
Also qrv in D R M (Digital Radio Mondiale) - what a great idea,improvement,did You ever listen to a stereo (!!!) transmission on shortwave in almost mp3 (or better) quality?

SWL on shortwave since 1971 c/o DARC N07 ("Gütersloh") - first amateur radio qsl card from DK1HS (Thank You so much for Your patience and inspirations dear Heinz and other great folks like DJ8CL,Rainer, and many more...)

History:

DARC member since 1978 (K05,Koblenz)
Callsign 'DD7PV' since 1979
DARC SWL since 1979 (DL/SWL/K05-1742618)
DARC SWL since 1981 (DE7KPV)
Callsign "DF4WV" since 1983

Activities:

On shortwave QRP with 1 to 5 W HF output into an end-fed 40m long wire-antenna....
< 10 W EIRP.
Update 2015-01-14: storm "Felix" felled some trees in the garden, so I had to  do a new installation of the antenna.It's now 27,90 m long and I'm very curious to see how it works in the future.
Update 2015-11-21:Still loving QRP (5 W) but from now also playing in the Low Power Class with 5 to 40 W PEP... WOW!!!    yescool

Direct QRG :145,500 FM ; FM Repeater DB0SG 1298,500 Mhz and 439,050 Mhz

EchoLink ( via Internet only ;NODE: 827259)

D-STAR with APRS  (DB0DBN-B or via HotSpot) (Call Routing with DTMF:  NEW! : CCS7=2625104)

C4FM Fusion with a DV4mini Dongle (X-Net, FCS only ; no Wires-X)

DMR+ with APRS (via DB0DBN or DV4mini)
with a little help from my friends

MEPT-JT digital mode ( K1JT ) for the Weak Signal Propagation Reporter Network using 0,005 up to 2,00 W HF output ( with a WSPRlite) on 3.5 or 7 or 14 Mhz for some ionospheric research

APRS IS - shows with different icons what I'm just doing at http://www.aprs.fi ;
When You can find me as DF4WV-10 (I am(@home and active) online , You may send  me a short message of 50 signs incl.spaces per message ( without having to install an additional software on Your computer ) via http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/entermsg.cgi?

People who have already installed an APRS software may send me more text.....

DF4WV-15             = Android client can send&receive messages = my nearly 24/7 beacon
DF4WV-D or -M    = It's D-Star,You can NOT send messages to me via the internet, but talk to me
DF4WV-7               = DMR+ beacon
DF4WV-8               =  I'am on 144.800 Mhz, You can try to send me a message , if we are in the same "range" of some repeaters via radio
DF4WV-10             =  I'm at home ,active on HF o r UHF (different icons) ,can send&receive
DF4WV-5               =  mobile with a cellular phone with internet access ; send&receive
 (DF4WV-9               = on the road with a rented Camper , also visible on http://www.campertrack.org)

 

Yes , before You ask :I was for nearly 16 years not 'on the bands', but active as a listener on medium-and shortwave bands enlightened

<<< Not all at once, but sometimes here, sometimes there>>> smiley

P.S.:My beloved parents gave me  t h r e e  'first names'  : 'Werner' , 'Richard' , 'Heinrich'.So don't be surprised, when I use "Rick" or "Henry" for international contacts ... it's true and mentioned in my passports, too wink

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                 !!! 1 9 7 1 !!! with a TRIO 9R - 59DS                                              Nowadays QRP with a YAESU FT 817 ND

 

  

      in the very early days , around 1 9 6 0 ...                            communication is my passion , my hobby , my profession ;-)

 

                           

                                                           Old story - told brilliant by Cliff , N4CCB : Why QRP Works

 

 

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