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I am Jürgen DL3JH. I was born in 1964. My profession is master butcher. My big passion is amateur radio which I'm pursuing for many years. I am active on all bands, manly in the modes SSB and CW. Particularly I can be found on 2 m Tropo and Sporadic E as I think it is a nice thing. I am into construction of antennas and very active in our club DOK G14.

Each year we offer a course in order to help newbie's with their acquisition of a licence in order to gather new members for our DOK. This should be an example for all OMs; training and training, so that amateur radio lives on with the younger generation.

Nice you have visited my site here. There is quite a lot of hamspirit on the band


In September 2013, we visited Bentota Sri Lanka AS003. I was able to acquire 800 new contacts with fellow hams. I very much enjoyed the trip. However, there were poor condition on the bands. My rig was Yaesu FT450 and for an antenna I used a vertical Hombrew. My very special thanks go to the great Vasant 4S7VG for helping me to get  a license for Sri Lanka. Thank you for QSL direct or via the QSL club

In Semtember 2012 we visited the island Jamaica. I was able to acquire 2000 contacts with fellow hams. I very much enjoyed the trip. There were nice conditions on the bands. My Rig was an Yaesu FT-450D and for an antenna I used a homebrew vertical. Thank you for direct QSL or QSL VIA CLUB.

In September of 2011 we visited the island Isla Coche IOTA SA012. Thanks to Alfredo YV5SSF President of radio Venezolano who has procured me with a guest licence for Isla Coche. Once arrived I was able to start the operations under YV7 / DL3JH. In the beginning I just wanted to make only a few QSOs. But then surprise - Never ending pileups. A nice experience for someone coming from Europe. My Rig was an Icom 706 and as antenna I used a vertical dipole to accomplish nearly 1600 QSOs. My friend and I had a nice time on Coche. All QSLs are of course answered. Thanks I had a great time on Isla Coche. HP: Thanks to Alfredo YV5SSF

My favorite place. This is where I spend most of my spare time. My Shack - consisting of

  • Kenwood TS850 with Vectronics HF600QSK
  • Yaesu FT920 with Yaesu FL2100

and many accessories.

When the sun goes up on Sunday morning and the band opens it is the nicest time of the week. During the years as a HAM I have collected many acquaintances and friendships. New ones are always arriving.

This is my contribution to the people notification

My new achievement. I have bought a Yaesu FT2000 in Friedrichshafen. Here it is constructed in the new Shack

The finally finished Shack in the newQTH

I love CW. These are my keys two from Bencher and one from Vibroplex.

This shows me on my terrace. Here I also have little space for constructing and testing antennas.


My hombrew dynamic motorized Antenna. For all Bands.

Installed in plexiglass. With a good Ground nice working.

My new Antenna in the new QTH

GP 2m/70cm/23cm

Hombrew 2Meter 13 Ele Yagi

Hombrew 70cm 10 Ele Yagi

Ulrabeam 2 Ele 6-20Meter  1 Ele 30/40 Meter

Ultrabeam works very good

My Antennas in the old QTH

  • GP 2m, 70cm, 23cm
  • Homebrew 2Meter 13 Ele Yagi
  • Rotary Dipol 10/15/20 Meter
  • Rotary Dipol 12/17/40 Meter
  • Homebrew 6 Meter 3 Ele.

Everything on Top of a 11 Family House.







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