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2016 - ILLW activity operated by German Operator Team on August 20./21st from "Kegnaes Lighthouse DK0003",

QSL for ILLW activity via DL1UWE - Bureau (prefered) or direct

What is the ILLW?

we would like to announce the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend (Short ILLW), which event will be on August 20./21st 2016. For more information pleae scrolldown.

Who we are?

In the year before last, our operator team with Kuddel (DL5KA), Ulli(DL7UB) and Uwe (DL1UWE) have participated first time at the competition of  "International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend". We are members of German Amateur and Radio-Ham Club (DARC “Deutscher Amateur und Radio Club), coming from Leverkusen, that is close to the city of Cologne.

We are very glad to stay at the lighthouse of Kegnaes, which is so beautiful and is located at the eastern Baltic Sea coast of the Danish Island of Als. We stroke up friendship with Niels, who was the lighthouse keeper in former times. Many thanks to him who gives us so many support to build up out shack at the lighthouse.

What is our equipment?

Transceivers are: Yaesu FT950, FT897 and FT857. Antennas are: G5RV and Verticals

We intend to work with SSB, CW and Digital Modes,  mainly on 80m, 40m and 20 Meters. We hope to have QSO with a lot of other lighthouses and lightships, and with all other YLs and OMs as well.

Vy 73 de DL1UWE - Uwe

QSL Information:

QSL for ILLW activity please via QSL Manager DL1UWE - Bureau (preferred) or direct if you want
We will answer all incoming QSL's. Adress for direct: Uwe Winkler, Nicolai-Hartmann Str. 17, 51377 Leverkusen, Germany

You also can find more informations about us: http://www.qrz.com/db/OZ13LH Lighthouse operation 2014 as well as on our webapge for this activation - pse click here - .

What is the ILLW?

we would like to announce the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend (Short ILLW), which event will be on August 20./21st 2016. This world wide event is yearly activated and conducted under the sponsorship of the Ayr Amateur Radio Group, (AARG), Scotland. The basic objective of the event is to promote public awareness of lighthouses and lightships and their need for preservation and restoration, and at the same time to promote amateur radio and to foster International goodwill.

Lighthouses are fast becoming an endagered species with the introduction of Global Positioning Systems and Satellite Navigation and the automation of the light source to solar power which has resulted in the withdrawal of mangement personnel (Keepers). It is hoped that this event will highlight this situation and help prevent further desecration of these magnificent structures all around the world.

In order to support this world wide event, we as european Ham Radio Operators are going to setup temporarily a Radio Station at the lighthouse on the peninsula of Kegnæs (part of isle of Als, IOTA EU029) on that weekend

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  IOTA EU-029 Lolland Island

OZØIL - Lolland Island - IOTA ref.: EU-029 - activity 2015 "second edition" run from November 5th until 14th. More information is available on our webpage - pse click here - .

OZØIL live QRG's for both stations was shown here during the activity.

Mainstation:


Second Station:


630m Experimental Station (-10 MHz):


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Live cam: We had a webcam running during our activity which shows the operator at work (reloaded every 20 sec.). For visiting the live cam - pse klick here - .

Lolland Island is located in the south part of Denmark. - Locator: JO54QV

IOTA Ref.: EU-Ø29 -  Ref. for Danisch Island Award (DIA): SJ015

There is a Lighthouse on the island. World Lighthouse on the air (WLOTA) Reference: LH2773

Operatorteam: Vinny - DL6II, Josef - DF2KK, Georg - DL3YAT,  and  Ben - DO1BEN
 
       

        More pictures are available on Georg's webpage - pse click here - .

We had two station running simultaneous:
- Elecraft K3 and Expert 1K as mainstation
- FT1000 as second station for CW and digigmodes
- additional for 630 meters operation a Ultimate 3S with homebrew PA (50Watts)

All antennas where mounted directly at the waterline: 
- vertical (bigIR) with 60 groundes radilas for 6 - 80 meters and a
- wire beam made by foldingantennas for 2 elements for each band (6-20 meters)
- dipoles for 40, 80 and 160 meters
- 12 meter high vertical dipole, also line feeded as alternativ for the secondary station
- Inverted L - 12 meter up ground for 630 meters

The wire beam was mounted on a 10 meter crank tower from our old VW-Van (from former german radio police). A line feeded dipole for 10 - 40 meters (balanced tuner - mainly for secondary station) made the antenna farm complet.

Pictures (2014 activity)  - click here - . Additional information is also available on our webpage. - Please klick here - -

Thanks to all who cam back ro our calls or gave us a shout.

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2015 - ILLW activity operated by German Operator Team on August 15./16th from "Kegnaes Lighthouse DK0003",

QSL for ILLW activity via DL1UWE - Bureau (prefered) or direct

What is the ILLW?

we would like to announce the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend (Short ILLW), which event will be on 15th-16th August 2015. For more information pleae scrolldown.

Who we are?

In the year before last, our operator team with Kuddel (DL5KA), Ulli(DL7UB) and Uwe (DL1UWE) have participated first time at the competition of  "International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend". We are members of German Amateur and Radio-Ham Club (DARC “Deutscher Amateur und Radio Club), coming from Leverkusen, that is close to the city of Cologne.

We are very glad to stay at the lighthouse of Kegnaes, which is so beautiful and is located at the eastern Baltic Sea coast of the Danish Island of Als. We stroke up friendship with Niels, who was the lighthouse keeper in former times. Many thanks to him who gives us so many support to build up out shack at the lighthouse.

What is our equipment?

Transceivers are: Yaesu FT950, FT897, FT857 and Kennwood TS590S. Antennas are: G5RV, W3DZZ, Verticals

We intend to setup three stations at the lighthouse and to work with SSB, CW and Digital Modes,  mainly on 80m, 40m and 20 Meters. We hope to have QSO with a lot of other lighthouses and lightships, and with all other YLs and OMs as well.

Vy 73 de DK5KA – Kuddel, DL7UB – Uli, DL1UWE - Uwe

QSL Information:

QSL for ILLW activity please via QSL Manager DL1UWE - Bureau (preferred) or direct if you want
We will answer all incoming QSL's. Adress for direct: Uwe Winkler, Nicolai-Hartmann Str. 17, 51377 Leverkusen, Germany

You also can find more informations about us: http://www.qrz.com/db/OZ13LH Lighthouse operation 2014 as well as on our webapge for this activation - pse click here - .

What is the ILLW?

we would like to announce the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend (Short ILLW), which event will be on 15th-16th August 2015. This world wide event is yearly activated and conducted under the sponsorship of the Ayr Amateur Radio Group, (AARG), Scotland. The basic objective of the event is to promote public awareness of lighthouses and lightships and their need for preservation and restoration, and at the same time to promote amateur radio and to foster International goodwill.

Lighthouses are fast becoming an endagered species with the introduction of Global Positioning Systems and Satellite Navigation and the automation of the light source to solar power which has resulted in the withdrawal of mangement personnel (Keepers). It is hoped that this event will highlight this situation and help prevent further desecration of these magnificent structures all around the world.

In order to support this world wide event, we as european Ham Radio Operators are going to setup temporarily a Radio Station at the lighthouse on the peninsula of Kegnæs (part of isle of Als, IOTA EU029) on that weekend

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2014 OZØIL Activity was from November 6th until November 14th

Lolland Island is located in the south part of Denmark. - Locator: JO54QV

IOTA Ref.: EU-Ø29 -  Ref. for Danisch Island Award (DIA): SJ015

There is a Lighthouse on the island. World Lighthouse on the air (WLOTA) Reference: LH2773

Operatorteam: Andy - DL5AND, Ben - DO1BEN, Georg - DL3YAT and Vinny - DL6II

We had two station simultaneous.
- Elecraft K3 and Expert 1K as mainstation
- FT2000 as second station for CW and digigmodes.

All antennas where mounted directly at the waterline: 
- vertical (bigIR) with 60 groundes radilas for 6 - 80 meters and a
- wire beam made by foldingantennas for 2 ele,ments for each band (6-20 meters)
- double dipole for 40 and 80 meters
- 2x10 meters Inverted V. dipole line feeded with balanced tuner - mostly for second station
- 12 meter high vertical dipole, also line feeded as alternativ for the secondary station

The wire beam was mounted on a 10 mter crank tower from our old VW-Van (from former german radio police). A double dipole for 40 to 80 meters was available also as a inverted V. Line feeded dipole for 10 - 40 meters (balanced tuner - mainly for secondary station) made the antrenna farm complet

For more pictures - click here - . Additional information is also available on our webpage. - Please klick here - -

Thanks to all who came back to our calls..

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