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HB9DTC

Active QRZCQ.com user

activity index: 5 of 5

Thomas Raemy

3646 Einigen
Switzerland, Bern

EU
switzerland
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Call data

Last update:2023-08-24 11:25:22
QTH:near Bern
Continent:EU
Views:277
Main prefix:HB
Class:Cept T/R HAREC Level A
Federal state:Bern
Latitude:46.7091683
Longitude:7.6396774
Locator:JN36TR
DXCC Zone:287
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(51%)
15m
(27%)
10m
(8%)
17m
(6%)
12m
(4%)

Most used modes

FT8
(41%)
MFSK
(32%)
FT4
(12%)
SSB
(10%)
USB
(6%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2023-08-24 11:28:37
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:I collect QSL paper cards, if not possible eQSL but please, also the eQSL card can be a personal card from an OM/YL, so please take a personal picture and don't take a boring standard picture of the eQSL Hi. I upload all QSOs to LoTW, QRZ,QRZCQ,ec tks

Biography

My name is Thomas,
and I reside in Einigen by Lake Thun in the Bernese Oberland.
In my free time, I engage in sports, explore nature, have an interest in astronomy, and enjoy reading. I also relish good food, go skiing, dance, swim, and have a passion for riding my Harley Davidson, Vespa, or electric scooter.
One of my major interests is amateur radio. I’ve been involved in SWL and CB radio since the 70s. In 1988, I obtained my amateur radio license with the callsign HB9TGF in HAREC Class B. The following year, I passed the Morse code exam at 60 words per minute and received the callsign HB9DTC in HAREC Class A. My preferred operating modes are SSB and all digital modes.
For receiving QSL cards, I prefer direct contact or sending them through a bureau. If sending directly, there’s no need to include return postage. I love eQSL cards, but please choose an imaginative design instead of a boring standard image. Be creative – you could even use a QSL card featuring my mother-in-law as the subject. That’s definitely more interesting than the usual headphone, antenna, or South Seas ship motifs.
What I dislike are arrogant or fanatical politicians and religious enthusiasts. Our world would be better off without them.

I’m looking forward to having a QSO with you!
73, 88 de HB9DTC (Tom)

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Trx: - IC-7300
Ant: - Cobweb for 4m, 6m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m, 20m, 30m with mfj Tuner
Power: Max 100 Watt
Mod: SSB (CW very seldom)


QRP:
Trx: Xiegu 5105, FT-817, IC-703
Ant: Cobweb, I-Pro Traveller, Alex-Loop, Endfed Antenna, Dipoles
Power: 5-10 Watt
Mod: FT8/FT4, SSB, (CW very seldom)

2m/70cm
Trx: IC-7000/Yaesu FT5D


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