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Born in 1953

At the age of about 12 years I started building small AM-receivers in tube-technologie for LW-, MW- and SW-frequencies. Later on I tried it with Ge-transistors. Some of my projects I built up with great success and more than one night I spent my time listening to far radio-stations. My parents I think were not amused ...

Some years later I found out girls to be nice objects of interest - listening to them now was more interesting than to radio-stations. But deep inside I never lost my curiosity about electronics and radio-technics.

Thus I studied telecommunications engineering and graduated as an engineer in 1977.

Soon I got a job at the german telecommunication-office: developing circuits for a mobile-radio switching station was my first function. 12 years later I started my career in writing database-software.

Now I'm retired since 2011 and living in a lovely little town in Bavaria, the south-east region of Germany.

HAM since 1979
I started with an old  ICOM 245 lent by Michael, DF9FJ. He introduced me to be a Radio Amateur, to do a QSO and so on. My 1st QSO I had on 2m-band in FM-mode (09/17/1979). One month later I bought an used 2m-SSB-Transceiver ICOM 202S. This was/is one of the finest SSB-Transceivers ever had been manufactured. Reports from far stations (QRB abt. 500km, SSB QRP-mode) always where ufb resp. very fine signal.

Until 1987 I was QRV only on 2m-band SSB and FM. Then I started to work on 70cm-band with an old IC-4E handheld-transceiver. But the main interrest still was 2m.

Meanwhile I bought a TS-711 transceiver for 2m-band and in 2006 I got this small magic QRP-transceiver FT-817. And I found out shortwave makes fun ...


Member of

-DARC (Deutscher Amateur Radio Club; German Amateur Radio Club)
   DOK F68, Eppertshausen, from 1982 to 1988
   DOK K21, Alzey, from 2006 to 2014

-VFDB (Verband der Funkamateure in Telekommunikation und Post; Association of Radio Amateurs in Telecommunication and Post)  
   DOK Z21, Darmstadt, since 1979 up to now





In 2016 I founded the Amateur Radio Clubstation End Polio Now with a special callsign DL0POLIO after Frank, 5P2BA, has done the same in Denmark: OU0POLIO.

End Polio Now is a project started by World Health Organisation together with Rotary International. For more information please look at DL0POLIO


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