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Hello !
   Thank You for all the pleasant contacts from 2013 until today , hope to meet more nice people in 2017 ... wink
My thoughts for 2017 :
"" Life is too precious to spend too much time in worthless pileups "" , take care and enjoy !

Here are some more silly and "important" informations and details about my radio career:
Member of:
DARC DOK N01 ("Bielefeld") I am one of the  last exotics which are still a member of an Amateur Radio Club !
DIG 3061 Trophy - CW Badge - VHF/UHF Badge

The second class Operators' Club, SOC #1158
(back again after a break)

BCL on shortwave since 1971 (= starting sending reception reports;playing with some old radios and listening since maybe 1962....)
-first QSL card from Radio Sweden
-Radio Canada Shortwave Club ,Member R 1686 ; Polskie Radio DX Klub,Member SP472/DL; Radio Ukraine International , Hoererclub, # 7
Also qrv in D R M (Digital Radio Mondiale) - what a great idea,improvement,did You ever listen to a stereo (!!!) transmission on shortwave in almost mp3 (or better) quality?

SWL on shortwave since 1971 c/o DARC N07 ("Gütersloh") - first amateur radio qsl card from DK1HS (Thank You so much for Your patience and inspirations dear Heinz and other great folks like DJ8CL,Rainer, and many more...)


DARC member since 1978 (K05,Koblenz)
Callsign 'DD7PV' since 1979
DARC SWL since 1979 (DL/SWL/K05-1742618)
DARC SWL since 1981 (DE7KPV)
Callsign "DF4WV" since 1983


On shortwave QRP with 1 to 5 W HF output into an end-fed 40m long wire-antenna....
< 10 W EIRP.
Update 2015-01-14: storm "Felix" felled some trees in the garden, so I had to  do a new installation of the antenna.It's now 27,90 m long and I'm very curious to see how it works in the future.
Update 2015-11-21:Still loving QRP (5 W) but from now also playing in the Low Power Class with 5 to 40 W PEP... WOW!!!    yescool

Direct QRG :145,500 FM ; FM Repeater DB0SG 1298,500 Mhz and 439,050 Mhz

EchoLink ( via Internet only ;NODE: 827259)

D-STAR with APRS  (DB0DBN-B or via HotSpot) (Call Routing with DTMF:  NEW! : CCS7=2625104)

C4FM Fusion with a DV4mini Dongle (X-Net, FCS only ; no Wires-X)

DMR+ with APRS (via DB0DBN or DV4mini)
with a little help from my friends

MEPT-JT digital mode ( K1JT ) for the Weak Signal Propagation Reporter Network using 0,005 up to 2,00 W HF output ( with a WSPRlite) on 3.5 or 7 or 14 Mhz for some ionospheric research

APRS IS - shows with different icons what I'm just doing at http://www.aprs.fi ;
When You can find me as DF4WV-10 (I am(@home and active) online , You may send  me a short message of 50 signs incl.spaces per message ( without having to install an additional software on Your computer ) via http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/entermsg.cgi?

People who have already installed an APRS software may send me more text.....

DF4WV-15             = Android client can send&receive messages = my nearly 24/7 beacon
DF4WV-D or -M    = It's D-Star,You can NOT send messages to me via the internet, but talk to me
DF4WV-7               = DMR+ beacon
DF4WV-8               =  I'am on 144.800 Mhz, You can try to send me a message , if we are in the same "range" of some repeaters via radio
DF4WV-10             =  I'm at home ,active on HF o r UHF (different icons) ,can send&receive
DF4WV-5               =  mobile with a cellular phone with internet access ; send&receive
 (DF4WV-9               = on the road with a rented Camper , also visible on http://www.campertrack.org)


Yes , before You ask :I was for nearly 16 years not 'on the bands', but active as a listener on medium-and shortwave bands enlightened

<<< Not all at once, but sometimes here, sometimes there>>> smiley

P.S.:My beloved parents gave me  t h r e e  'first names'  : 'Werner' , 'Richard' , 'Heinrich'.So don't be surprised, when I use "Rick" or "Henry" for international contacts ... it's true and mentioned in my passports, too wink

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                 !!! 1 9 7 1 !!! with a TRIO 9R - 59DS                                              Nowadays QRP with a YAESU FT 817 ND



      in the very early days , around 1 9 6 0 ...                            communication is my passion , my hobby , my profession ;-)



                                                           Old story - told brilliant by Cliff , N4CCB : Why QRP Works



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UX3HA 2017-03-25 20m SSB KN69ps Ukraine Grigory I. Nosach
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