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Hi I am Jan,

I am located in the northern part of Germany in the triangle between Hamburg, Bremen and Hannover. I reactivated Ham Radio in the summer of 2009 after having been away from the hobby for more than 10 years.

I started as a Ham with the callsign DD8ON in 1978 (old license class C). In 1981, I switched to DH3OAD (old license class A) and finally, in 1982 to DK1OM. I am the second owner of this callsign. First licenseholder was Fried from Karlsruhe (sk). His son Wolfgang DL4IAZ is member of DARC DOK A07 Karlsruhe.

I am a member of DARC. I changed membership in February 2011 from DOK H48 to H02.

Take a look at some of the projects of our local club:

  • The one and only 10m beacon in north Germany DB0TEN.
  • 70 cm Repeater DB0TEN
  • DB0SFA: Repeater, APRS, Hamnet +++

More Information: http://www.darc.de/h02


I show you some pictures of my antennas and my shack:

2009: The beginning. Three antenna systems on the roof: One leg of FD-4 windom antenna, 2m + 70cm, 3 El. for short wave.


2009: A close view of the Flexa Yagi for 144 MHz and F9FT for 432 MHz and the balun of the FD-4:


2009: A close view of the Fritzel FB33 for 14/21/28 MHz. Both beam and rotator are more than 25 years old but in very good shape:


Rotator system for VHF/UHF. The old DAIWA rotator works very quiet. The complete system is absolutely weather proof because it is under the roof:


My shack in 2009. Very preliminary...


2010: Added another antenna: Cushcraft R5 for 14-18-21-24-28 MHz on top of FB33 beam:


2011: I removed the FD-4 and replaced it with a 2*15m Dipole with home-made ladder feedline:

Ancient equipment.
The Siemens DEBEG E566 Receiver was my first radio in 1978. It has been manufactured long before I was born. It is still working, but needs some service. The antenna tuner is a home-made Annecke look-a-like for the Siemens radio. Kenwood TW-4100E with a badly scratched case.
My old IC-730 is still OK and got a new job as backup transmitter and transverter base.
2011: My shack has grown up!
Left side from top to bottom:
Ameritron ATR-30 antenna tuner on top of Heathkit SB-230 PA (500 W, no noise).
Kenwood TW-4100E for local contacts on 2m FM. Old, but reliable.
Icom IC-735. Great little shortwave transceiver!
Heathkit HD-1410 keyer, Hy-Gain rotor controller, Antenna switches, Adonis microphone.
Eizo screen with Apple Mac mini for digital modes and internet access.
Right side from top to bottom:
DAIWA rotor controller
Kenwood TS-770 VHF/UHF Transceiver.
To be continued!

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