On the picture: HB9CSA operating Z31HST the special event station of the IARU High Speed Telegraphy World Championships 2015 in Ohrid, Macedonia.
My father (also named Fritz) was licensed with the callsign HB9RE from 1954 until his silent key in 2009. Because of him I was involved into Ham Radio before I was able to use a bycicle. In my "children-room" was his shack with lots of home-brew stuff, keys and microphones. I had enough place to chill and play in my room, but my favourite game was to use his US Air Force receiver BC 348 during the nights when everybody was asleep...
My first official Short Wave Listener (SWL) call was HE9OZH from 1977-1982.
In 1982 I get my "big-license" with the call HB9CSA.
In 1994 I moved to Germany and get the the call DL4FDM.
I am QRV from Switzerland at least every 1-2 months
My website: www.highspeedtelegraphy.com
HB7CSA, HB0CSA, HE7CSA, HE8CSA, ZL0AJB, 4O/HB9CSA, DL/HB9CSA, F/HB9CSA, FO/HB9CSA, G0/HB9CSA, IK0/HB9CSA, LX/HB9CSA, LZ/HB9CSA, OE/HB9CSA, W6/HB9CSA, Z38/HB9CSA, ZL0AJB.
Operatored the following calls and club-stations:
4O0HST, 4O13HST, 4U1ITU, DL0BQ, DL0HSC, DR2006F, HB7Z, HB9DAX/p, HB9DIG, HB9HST, HB9JOE, HB9RE, HB9Z, HB0CWE, HE7Z, IY4FGM, LZ2013HST, ON5HST, W6RO, Z312HST.
Member of the following clubs:
Interesting film about the high-speed-telegraphy championships in Switzerland 2012.
On german language written, Swiss german spoken ;-)
Film made by Swiss TV (Schweizer Fernsehen DRS) in 1989:
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