My main interest is CW!
I like ragchewing - in English as well as in German.
With great respect and admiration I listen to the code of High Speed Telegraphy operators such as HSC, VHSC, SHSC and EHSC members on the band.
Clubs: HSC 1931 - RTC 407 - Fists 16575 - SKCC 11309 - DL-QRP-AG 3510 - GDXF 920
My working conditions for low-band activity are good, especially the top band is very interesting for me. My spare time in the evening drives me to use those bands. And: Getting the most out of our hobby under given circumstances satisfies a lot! Efficiency of communication and reduction to the necessary minimum. CW is the perfect mode for that. I am looking forward to the next sunspot maximum to collect DXCCs.
For now, I am happy to improve my CW accuracy and speed.
Cushcraft R8 for HF.
150m Delta Loop for HF.
See you on air!
Past Holiday-Style DXpeditions:
PA/DK1EY, TA4/DK1EY, EA6/DK1EY, OE/DK1EY, HB0/DK1EY, EA8/DK1EY
Starting on May 31st, I activated IOTA EU-004, The Island of Formentera until June 13th 2014.
On this Holiday DXpedition I carried just homebrew equipment with me: My Mosquita 40m CW QRP TRX, a 10m mini fibre-mast and a simple, resonant dipole with abt. 2x10m. I was QRV only in the evening hours, when the kids were asleep.
It was a lot of fun!
Mni tks fer all QSOs es hpe cuagn.
DLFF-027: Nature Reserve/Biosphäre Rhön (Rhön Biosphere Reserve)
Activation during annual CW Meeting Erbenhausen
5 Watts into 2 x 13,5m dipole @ 10m fed with 15m 300 Ohm ladder line.
ODX: K1ZZ & W1YW > abt. 7.784 km/4.865 miles with only 5 Watts.
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