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Hi dear visitor!

QSL preferred via the buro (still collecting nice cards). I reply 100%. Direct is also ok, if needed. DOK is C12 - Munich-North.

First time licensed in 1990 as DG6NDU, I got my short wave license in 1992. After some years of sporadic activities, you find me nowadays quite often on the bands in SSB, RTTY, PSK and sometimes in CW.

Since end of 2015, I am a member of the Bavarian Contest Club. 

Here are some pictures from my former portable activities:

2012 IOTA Contest in EU-036, Averøya and Smøla Island. More than 3000 QSOs for LA/DL6NDW are in the log. QSL cards are on the way to you either direct or via the buro:

Shack at Smøla Island, dipole + wire beam from foldingantennas.com:


Sardinia Island, IOTA EU-024, 1050 QSOs in SSB and digital modes (no eqsl on IS0/DL6NDW operation, only buro via DL6NDW, direct (2 $ or 1 IRC) or LOTW):

7th-12th Sept. 2011: Penisola del Sinis (near Oristano), JM49EW

13th-17th Sept. 2011: Isola di Sant'Antioco, JM49EA

rig used in Sardinia: TS850-S, 100Watt, Ant: triple leg vertical, 15m high, 2x10m dipole, 8m high, and some wind from the sea:


Gomera, Canary Islands, IOTA AF-004 in March 2010 - DXing with 1.8m long vertical antenna:

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