BIO


Callsign(s)

  • HB9DUR 2002 – present
  • EX0DX 2017-present
  • HB9SUL 1986 – 2002
  • TA1ZK 1997-2009
  • VK4EME 1996-2000
  • IW2EHU 1988-1998

HAM license since: 1986

My favorite contest: CQWW, CQWPX, IARU VHF

My favorite mode and activity: SSB contests on HF and VHF

Some of the greatest achievements in my Ham career: Having build up a temporary station (Field Day-style ) to be installed for 24h operations, with the cooperation of a group of international skilled operators from EU. The team achieved several first places in the IARU Region 1 contest on VHF and UHF bands from 1997 through 2002, using multi systems antennas.

Some major activities using the following call signs:

  • D41CV (CQ WPX SSB 2016) M/M
  • D4C (CQ WW SSB 2015) SO 40m
  • D4C (CQ WPX SSB 2015) M/2 All time record (points and Multi)
  • CN2R (CQ WW SSB 2014)
  • D4C (CQ WW SSB 2013)  1.st place world in M/M category
  • D4C (CQ WPX SSB 2013) M/M All time record (points and Multi)
  • D4C (CQ WW SSB 2012) first guest-op experience from Cape Verde, 1st Place M/S category
  • HB8CSA (CQ WPX SSB 2012) New Swiss Record. SO AB (A) HP

Other operations under the following callsigns:

HB9MS, HB9EP, HB9EI, HB9H, HB9A, HB9HQ, HB9CA, HB0HQ, DR9A, RL3A, IR2C, IR4M, TM2W,  YM0KA, OM8A, EX/HB9DUR, CN2R, 9A1P

Organizations:

  • 1999-2007: Founder of HB9MS Contest team (now inactive)
  • 2000-present: Vice president HB9EI USKA Monte Ceneri
    (section of the Swiss National Amateur Radio association) www.hb9ei.ch
  • Team Member of D4C – Monteverde Contest Team www.d4c.cc
  •  http://www.qrz.com/db/HB9DUR

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