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DK7DU

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Daniel

07426 Königsee
Germany, Thuringia

EU
germany
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Call data

Previous call:DO7DU
Last update:2020-06-12 18:49:56
QTH:Königsee
Continent:EU
Views:819
Main prefix:DL
Class:A
Federal state:Thuringia
US county:Deutschland
Latitude:50.6704865
Longitude:11.1341393
Locator:JO50NQ
DXCC Zone:230
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

80m
(20%)
20m
(15%)
40m
(14%)
15m
(14%)
17m
(10%)

Most used modes

SSB
(36%)
CW
(25%)
JT65
(12%)
RTTY
(11%)
FT8
(10%)

QSL data

Last update:2015-07-19 08:45:28
German DOK:X38: Thüringen Oberweissbach
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

. . . just meet us on bands

ex calls:
DO7DU 07/2005 - 09/2014
DM7DU 09/2014 - 01/2015


Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

TRX: Kenwood TS-590SG - Headset Heil Pro7
Kenwood TS-480 incl. MC60
Kenwood TS-2000 org. Mic.

Amp. SPE Expert 1K-FA

Ant: 10-40m Mosley PRO 67 C-3
10-160m -> G5RV 63m long, 16m high
10-160m -> Windom 78m long
60/30m -> Windom 29,1m long
30m -> Dipol 26,8m for 60m band

sometimes in portable:
2 Elm. "Spider-antenna" from foldingantennas

out of use now:
Fritzel FB-53 5 Elm. for 10/15/20m
10m -> 6 Elm. Monoband homebrew (maybe later again :-) )
10m -> 2 Elm. HB9CV homebrew
15m -> 2 Elm. HB9CV homebrew
10-80m HighGain AV680 vertical

also no Ant. for UHF / VHF for now
but I build up my 2 little beams
on our clubstation DL0OBW http://www.rc-oberweissbach.de/
2m 12 Elements: 12JXX2
70cm 25 Elements 25JXX70

thats all to say, hope to listen you soon on any band / mode
vy73 de Daniel DK7DU

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