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Thanks for stopping by, and for the QSO if we've already had one :)

I've been licensed in 2000, but am only active on shortwave since 2015. I like the entire "holy trinity" of amateur radio modes — CW, phone and digital (PSK, JT, RTTY etc.) — and switch among these modes often. At home, I have some simple dipoles for 10-80m hidden in my barn, and an HB9CV for 6m, all connected to a FlexRadio 6500. Occasionally, I operate it remotely, controlling the radio from my mobile phone while I'm on the move.

I often operate portable, as I'm very interested in SOTA and have activated a few summits, with hopefully many more to come in the future. For portable operation, I usually use my KX3 with an end-fed wire antenna or an AlexLoop.

Recently I have created HamAlert, a system to get push/SMS/email notifications when a desired station gets spotted on SOTAwatch, the DX cluster or the RBN.

QSL note: I always QSL via eQSL.cc and LoTW. I will also reciprocate QSL cards sent via the bureau or direct.
 
SOTA on 3614 m a.s.l.    HB/GL-001
 
HB/NW-004
 
No effort is spared to get to the actual summit...    HB/SG-001
HB/GL-014
 
Winter activation in Liechtenstein    HB0/LI-004
 
CQ SOTA with the Mountain Goats    HB/NW-008
 
Why gamble in Sin City when there is a nearby summit to activate?    W7N/CK-227
 
Secluded mountain idyll    HB/NW-013
 
Winter activation with the AlexLoop    HB/SG-039
 
Sometimes the summit cross must double as an antenna pole    HB/NW-003

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