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DJ4RAM

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Sharam Gödel

22846 Norderstedt
Germany

EU
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Call data

Last update:2020-06-16 10:04:01
QTH:Norderstedt (next to Hamburg)
Continent:EU
Premium:YES
Views:1725
Main prefix:DL
Class:A
Latitude:53.7005894
Longitude:9.9902758
Locator:JO43XQ
DXCC Zone:230
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(22%)
80m
(14%)
40m
(14%)
30m
(14%)
2m
(12%)

Most used modes

FT8
(43%)
CW
(17%)
JT65
(11%)
USB
(10%)
MFSK
(5%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2020-07-06 10:27:29
German DOK:E13: Hamburg Alstertal
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

Born in 1974, after beeing SWL for a very long time I finally got licensed in 2015.

Interested in almost everything around weak signal operation and in building antennas. Also very interested in technical experiments regardless of whether digital or analog, whether SDR or classic radio hardware.

At the local club (E13 Hamburg-Alstertal) we yearly prepare 10 people in average (up to 18) for the highest german amateur radio Class (A) in our training course and we teach CW to whom is interested in. Having our club station (DL0AT) in a public school building helps promoting amateur radio in it's technical and social aspects to young students.

Having my shack in the same room as the family's home office, I'm operating rarely in phone modes at QTH but working often in CW and in digital modes. Since July 2019 I've got my setup working on the QO-100 Satellite and I'm operating there in various Modes but mainly on weekends.

For QSL DIRECT, no SAE IRC or green stamp required. Just send me yours first via postal mail, then I'll send you mine in return.

73 de DJ4RAM

Member of DARC and AGCW-DL (3916)

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Zeus ZS-1
Yaesu FT-817 (upgrades: TCXO-9, YF-122CN and IF-Out to Pan adapter)
Yaesu FTM-400DE (homebrew-improved Cooling)
Yaesu FTM-100DE
Yaesu FT-1XDE
Yaesu VX-6R
Yaesu VX-3R
Anytone D868UV + D878UV
TYT MD-390 GPS
LimeSDR Mini
HackRF One

Converters in use:
- LZ5HP 13cm XVTR (70cm -> 13cm)
- SV1AFN VLF/LF Up-converter (DC-520 kHz -> 10 MHz)

Hotspots in use:
- MMDVM_HS_Dual_Hat (mounted on a Raspberry)
- DV4mini (connected to a Raspberry)

Receivers in use:
- SDRPlay RSPdx
- FiFi-SDR
- Nooelec NESDR Smart v4

Antennas in use:
- Homebrewed OCFD mounted as Inverted-U (wire length: ~40m)
- Homebrewed Magnetic Loops in several diameters
- Diamond X-510N vertical (2m/70cm)
- several Diamond VHF/UHF mobile antennas (mostly using NR2-70 on the car)
- 125cm offset dish for QO-100

Morse keys in use:
- Junker M.T.
- Hi Mound HK-708
- UR5CDX CT599 MX
- UR5CDX CT73 MB-L

PAs in use:
- Yaesu FL-2500 (Sommerkamp, mod -> PL509, 160-10m, no WARC, max. 700W output)
- Homebrewed solid state PA for 160-6m (incl. WARC, 5W input, 300W output)
- MX-P50M for 160-10m incl. WARC (5W input, 45W output)
- Mirage B1016 for 2m VHF (old version, 10W input, 160W output)
- P40X for 70cm TDMA/DMR (~5W input, 40W output, using /m in the car)
- Stealth Microwave SM2527-44L for 13cm (-9dbM input, 20W output on 2400MHz)

Antenna tuner:
- LDG AT-600pro2 and M-600 analog meter

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 100
ITU 40
CQ 30
IOTA 10

DX Code Of Conduct

dx code of conduct small logoI support the "DX Code Of Conduct" to help to work with each other and not each against the others on the bands.

Other images

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DJ4RAM / FUNK.TAG 2017 – after morsing my CS using just the left foot – hi
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DJ4RAM / QRV vacation style
  

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