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My Station with Double-Zepp 2 x 33m and several VHF/UHF antennas, 10m Loop VLF/LF Bonito ML-200.





Station Clock radio controlled


Configuration for VLF, LF and SW


From my history

I started with CW 1956 in the former Society of Sport and Technic and from 1957 to 1961 I was wireless
operator in G.D.R.'s marine.


1958 head quarters radio-station in Saßnitz/Rügen, qra DÖV - for the 6. naval station.

After than I studied two years (1961-1963) at the Engineers School of the German Post and Telecommunication
in Königs Wusterhausen professionel wireless operator and got my certificate "Großfunkzeugnis".

Learning 10-finger-system with telegram-typewriter and 120 letters/minute.

1963 I got a job as wireless operator in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs until the end of the G.D.R. 1990.
My job was later on not only wireless operator, also cipher clerk and Attache´ and worked in Moscow,
Djakarta, Dar-es-Salaam, Canberra A.C.T., Oslo, Prague, Warsaw, Budapest, Madrid, Copenhagen and
at least  1989/90 in Windhoek/Namibia for the Diplomatic Observer Mission of the G.D.R.

In this time it was not allowed to be a radio amateur but 1984 I could take part as SWL and got my
first licence honorary 1986 as "Y30-01-o". 1988 "Y56-RO" and 1990 "DL7VOE". 


The Consulate General of the G.D.R. (ex) in Djakarta/Indonesia, Djalan Diponegoro 74 - 1964 to 1967,
where I have had my first job as diplomatic wireless operator.

Antenna for RX a broadband loop and for TX a V-Antenna (sketched).

My work-room with RX left ML-400 (Hungary) and demodulator for RTTY and right EKN-F1 (Funkwerk Köpenick).
Special typewriter Optima to write down CW (A1) with continuous paper and two radio teleprinters.
A HELL keyboard tape puncher TL1a and HELL high-speed morse transmitter MG12
as well as  too for RTTY (F1) a keyboard tape puncher and transmitter (Funkwerk Köpenick).

1964 qra DEU39 - from the end of 1965 indonesian qra 8EH21, 8EH22 and 8EH23


Room at right side one 800 W and a 1 KW (SS1000) transmitter, both Funkwerk Köpenick.

Set up of three 15m steel pipes for V-Antenna with simple bamboo poles.



My well equipt diplomatic wireless radio-station 1968 to 1972 - qra DEU49 - op DL7VOE

The Consulate General of the G.D.R. in Dar-es-Salaam / Tanzania



All of my stations have had an excellent air-cooled 19KVA power-generator from FIMAG (Finsterwalde) ex G.D.R.

In the 60th the power failed daily in Djakarta/Indonesia and I had to use the emergency power for my radio-station.


Thanks for visiting my side. 73, Wolf

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