As a former IOTA chaser i look
forward to activate some particular islands around the world. In the
past, i was active on more than 30 islands in Europe, the USA, Costa Rica, Namibia
and Canada. I was ham-radio active in several parts of the world
IT9, CT9, ZS, V5, TI, W, VK, VE7, VY1, KL7 and some more.
Foreign callsign i
F0GKW/FC, VK6DAO, VK8DAO and TI7KK.
Holder of K6DAO and 5Q6A
- I look forward
to the next activity
- Meteor Scatter on 50 and
- 4-Meter-Band in DL
70,150 - 70,210 MHz; 70,200 DX/Local calling (SSB + CW)
- 4-Meter MGM: 70,151 WSPR; 70,154 FT8 (i answer only callsign+grid!);
70,174 MSK144 (MS);
- My 4-Meter-Band ODX:
EA8DBM 3462 km in SSB
- Member # 560 of the True
Blue DXers Club, to keep real DX in
SSB + CW alive!
- Member of "Funkamateure
keep Amateur Radio Friendship alive!
International Member # 30334
- DXCC >330 entities without FT8/FT4!, IOTA >860
islands without FT8/FT4!
Direct only! I am not
member of the DARC anymore (up from 2019). I only
QSL with traditional paper QSL-card.
I do not use eQSL, or any other
such quasi QSL scheme. If you send a direct QSL, you get my card back
- For contacts
with my home-station DK6AO, no
postage necessary. For any activities, see below.
QSL Service for my
and TI7KK (Isla San Jose 2009):
No Bureau anymore! Direct is for sure if you send a self address, self adhesive (all other i
send back open!) envelope and
the postage = US$3,--. But: No IRC! Only one callsign or one qsl per