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DK1VP

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Werner Ebner

72585 Riederich
Germany

EU
germany
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Call data

Last update:2017-09-17 13:29:15
Continent:EU
Views:543
Main prefix:DL
Class:A
Latitude:48.5545476
Longitude:9.2657589
Locator:JN48PN
DXCC Zone:230
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(34%)
40m
(26%)
10m
(18%)
17m
(10%)
15m
(7%)

Most used modes

SSB
(32%)
USB
(27%)
CW
(27%)
LSB
(15%)
CW-R
(1%)

QSL data

Last update:2017-08-09 14:25:28
German DOK:P31: Württemberg Ermstal
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Member of DARC and P31 since 1965.
Licence since 1967 with the call DK1VP.

In 1975 for 12 days in Vatican City as HV3SJ

Other activities:

To me, ham radio means understanding among nations by profoundly communicating with all sorts of demographic groups and various cultures.

Our goal is to have fun and to learn. We also want to reduce prejudices by encouraging an open dialogue amongst the members of our ham radio club thus fostering not only the intercultural and academic exchange but also the cross-cultural understanding and scientific and technical learning. (This goal is also pursued by the UNESCO.)

I myself focus upon working with kids in schools and in the ham radio club.

Within the ham radio club, we came up with several projects for jung amateur radio men, for example:

• Kids' Day Europatag of the school radio stations

• SOTA Jugendpokal

• Jamboree on the Air – JOTA World Scout,

It should be added, that there are plenty more local and regional activities as for example Youngster Field Days, school vacation events, performing handicraft work as well as youth groups within the local ham radio club or as projects in schools.

Please follow the link to see more of our work: http://www.darc.de/distrikte/p/31/

With our youth work we encourage and foster appreciation, tolerance as well as respect for other human beings.




Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Today:

QRV from 80m to 10m and mobile on VHF 144/435.
I like CW - and mostly I operate with the invention of Mr. Morse.


Kenwood TS-590SG /100W

Antennas:
80m Dipol
40m Delta Loop
20-10m Hygain Groundplane AV 620
Spiderbeam HD 20-10m

  

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