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On 10m I am qrv with 3 watts only and a mobile 1,6m antenna on the balcony, 20m over ground,
through the 10m-repeater DF0HHH in Hamburg, input: 29,590 MHz , output: 29,690 MHz
( DF0HHH you can find on QRZ.COM )
During the years 1993-1996 with good conditiones through this repeater I worked the five continents.
And I am thankful to the builder of this repeater, Bernie,DL6XB, who makes it possible to do so
with nothing but a mobile antenna and 3 Watt output !
If on 10m the conditiones will become better with more sun-spots
I´m looking forward to work more stations around the globe via DF0HHH.

On 2m, 70cm and 23cm I am qrv with mobil antennas on the balcony too.
It´s good enough to reach friends and hams in local distance.

Every Sunday at 8.00 or 9.00 UTC in summer- or wintertime together with some other hams I read to listeners the german amateur radio news - we call it "Hamburg-Rundspruch" - on some local repeaters and DF0HHH on 10m.
Since more than 30 years we do so. It last about 30 to 45 minutes and after this the stations
which had listened confirm with their callsign.
So every sunday at 8.00 or 9.00 UTC you can try to read DF0HHH like a beacon or -
when you understand the german news - you are welcome to confirm with your callsign.
( look for DF0HHH on qrz.com for echolink- and audiostream-adresses )

By the way: I really like it to be a ham !

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magnetic loop for 10-20m This is my big "antenna-farm" (hi) some verticals

My way to amateur radio

In the year 1969 i bought a portable transistorradio to listen to music, and with this radio it was able to receive the 2m-band.
This was the first time i have heard amateur radio on a repeater in Hamburg. People were talking about their hobby and one day they spoke about a meeting. And i deceided to meet them. On this evening - talking with a lot of radioamateurs, learning more about the possibilities of amateur radio - i wished to be one of them. Learning in a half-year-course something about amateurradio in the end i got my first call: DC1XW. After all now i was allowed to speak with all the hams, i only have heard before ! But with this "small" licence for me it was not allowed to work on shortwave.
So my favorite band on this time was 145 MHz, and with a 16-element antenna on the roof in a short time i reached 2000 KM and more ( with good conditiones of course).
But other amateurs told me about contacts to other continents, and i wished to be able to do so too. Therefore again i studied amateurradio and CW, and in the year 1984 i became a "real amateur" with my call DL3XU, and with a vertical GPA5 and a longwire i started my life as a HAM on shortwaves.
During the following years i got to know RTTY, packet radio, MS, EME, SSTV, ATV and all the other possibilities a ham has.

But beside all this interesting technic the most important thing beeing a radioamateur i think is, to be a part of this big family around the world !
Not only in your own city or country. but all over the world with this hobby you can find friends. Without looking for your color, religion, political system or your position in your society as a HAM you are welcome to other HAMS all around the globe.

Well, i am a little bit proud of to be a HAM ! - Amateurradio really is a beautiful hobby ! !

My collection of websites about amateurradio you can find on www.db0hb.de,
winnis links or just google "winnis links "
Concerning other themes I write in german on www.hestelo.net .

 

My further hobbies: playing guitar,reading,cookingand i like cats

 

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