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Dr. Thomas Wieland

66953 Pirmasens
Germany

EU
germany
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Call data

Previous call:DO9ZY
Last update:2018-02-27 22:09:17
QTH:Pirmasens
Continent:EU
Views:539
Main prefix:DL
Class:A
Latitude:49.2196400
Longitude:7.6051600
Locator:JN39TF
DXCC Zone:230
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14
Website:www.wielandthomas.de

Most used bands

20m
(45%)
15m
(22%)
80m
(19%)
10m
(9%)
40m
(4%)

Most used modes

PSK
(85%)
SSB
(13%)
RTTY
(2%)
FM
(1%)
MFSK
(1%)

QSL data

Last update:2016-12-28 14:06:41
German DOK:K09: Rheinland-Pfalz Pirmasens
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

EPC #21909 BDM #3901 CDG #1139 DMC #06682 NDG #1562

QSL Policy:

QSL OK via bureau, LoTW, eQSL or direct. Paper QSLs are preferred (I love and collect Paper QSLs).
Stations outside Europe sending QSL direct, please include a self-addressed envelope, 2 Green Stamps are appreciated but not needed.
Europe stations sending QSL direct, no SASE or IRC need, just send your card, I'll do the same.
SWL Reports are also welcome. Today's SWLs are tomorrow's Hams.
Every received QSL will be answered 100% sure. If you don't QSL, what is the sense of haming??

I became interested in SWL and ham radio in 1987 as a doctoral student of chemistry at the University of Kaiserslautern, when I bought a Yaesu FRG 8800 shortwave receiver and spent many hours listening to sw broadcast stations and the ham bands. After graduating from University, there had been first my profession as a chemist and hobbies as amateur astonomy and programming web applications in PERL. Then in 2013 I rediscover my interest in ham radio and in October 2013 I have passed the amateur radio examinaton and got the ticket for class E and the callsign DO9ZY.
I am a member of DARC (Deutscher Amateur Radio Cub) with the local group DOK K09 and similarly a member of the European PSK Club, Belgium Digital Modes Club , Croatian Digital Group, Digital Modes Club and Natal Digital Group.

Retired!! Now more time for my hobbies, especially Ham Radio!! Trying to learn CW. I'm almost there :-)

Thank you stopping by and reading all this stuff. Have fun with ham radio!

73, Tom

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Radios: Yaesu FTdx-5000MP, Yaesu FT-897D, Yaesu FT-817ND, Yaesu FTM-400XDE, Yaesu FT-2DE, Yaesu VX-8GE, Yaesu VX-3E

PA: Hilberling HPA-8000B - Tuners: LDG AT897, LDG RT/RC 100

Antennas: UltraBeam UB40MX for 15m and 10m, 2 Kelemen Dipoles for 80m and 160 as inverted V, 2m 9el. Yagi (DK7ZB design), 70cm 10el Yagi (DK7ZB design) mounted on 12,7m (42 ft) tiltable aluminium telescope tower. Diamond X300 on top of the roof. For portable operations: vertical dipoles for 10m and 15m used with 12m (40ft) glass fibre pole or MP1 from Super Antennas.

To get this work done, my special thanks to: DF7IW Denis, DL5IAH Jörg and DL7UH Ulf, they are allways here when ever their knowledge or hands are needed. Great OM's!!

Mostly active in PSK, equipment: MacBook Air, microHAM USB III interface, Fldigi 3.22.02 running on Mac OS X 10.11.

  

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