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DO9DI

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Dirk Eifler

76706 Dettenheim
Germany

EU
germany
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Call data

Last update:2021-04-11 12:10:21
Continent:EU
Premium:YES
Views:243
Main prefix:DL
Class:E
Latitude:49.1597696
Longitude:8.4243071
Locator:JN49FD
DXCC Zone:230
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

15m
(100%)

Most used modes

USB
(100%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-03-06 12:54:26
German DOK:A53: Baden Philippsburg
eQSL QSL:no
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:SWL-Reports are welcome

Biography

Hello and thank you for visiting my site.

My name is Dirk. I was born 1963 in Berlin.
Already at a young age I was interested in the topic of radio inspired by my father. It all started with CB.
By a friend of my parents (Axel DL7HN-SK) I came into contact with amateur radio.
It was exciting to sit in the shack with him and watch him having contacts in CW.
Unfortunately for me at that time the whole thing with the technology and the regulations was much too complicated and I did not dare to take the license.
Instead, I concentrated on the SWL issue.
All started with a Kenwood R2000 and a simple handheld rx for 2m .
At some point I was the proud owner of a Kenwood R5000 with a longwire vertical antenna mounted at a 6m fibre glass mast and an Icom IC-R7000 with a discone antenna.
With the time the interest was lost and the equipment was sold (I can still be annoyed about it today).
But the topic amateur radio has never really let me go. It was 2017 when I decided to make the license.
It was clear to start with class E first and then after I gained some experience to upgrade to class A.
I began to learn and quickly realized that it was not so difficult at all.
In 2018 on the HAM-RADIO in Friedrichshafen the time had come. . . Class E examination.
A radio (Wouxun KG-UV8D Plus) was purchased shortly before the exam,
so I could get started right away.
After I passed the examination I was rewarded with another device at the fair
(AnyTone AT-778UV).


For all SWL's:

Your reports are welcome and will be answered 100% with QSL-Card



vy 73 de Dirk DO9DI








Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

My current equipment:

HF:
Kenwood TS-480SAT

Tuner:
LDG AT-100PRO II

VHF/UHF:
CRT Micron UV
Wouxun KG-UV8D
AnyTone AT-D868UV

Antennas:
3-Band Dipole (DO3-Antenna) for 10, 15 and 80m mounted under the rooftop

Diamond X-200N for 2m and 70cm

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 10
ITU 5
CQ 5

Other images

second pic
DO9DI / My current shack
other pic
DO9DI / Holliday at the River Elbe
other pic
DO9DI / At the holiday home
other pic
DO9DI / Me in the late 70's
  

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