Badge used by the former "Freie Deutsche Jugend" (Free German Youth, a communist affiliated youth organisation) in the former German Democratic Republic (East Germany/DDR).
I had/have no relations to FDJ (OZ1FDJ now OZ2M), but a nice kind of propaganda :-)
VHF license 1979-Jun-13 as OZ1FDJ. HF license spring 1980.
Primary interest is 50 MHz, 70 MHz, 144 MHz and 432 MHz.
I am not QRV on HF. My last HF QSO was on 2001-Oct-28. So do not expect to find me there. The only reason I have a HF capable radio is to use it for my transverters.
Callsign changed to OZ2M 2000-Jan-01, more about who first used the OZ2M callsign.
I am a proud member of PNGonVHF.
Location: JO65FR24, N: 55° 43' 44" [55° 43,731'], E: 12° 26' 20" [12° 26,337'], Google Earth.
|50 MHz||IC-756PROIII||1 kW||GS35b||-||HB9CV (p.1, p.2)||14||39|
|70 MHz||Transverter||25 W||RA30H0608M||2 dB||Home made 5 el. DK7ZB design||13||38|
|Radius M110||25 W||-||-||Home made ½ λ vertical||13||38|
|144 MHz||Transverter||1 kW||GU74b||1 dB||15 el. by Cue Dee (15144AN, p.1, p.2, p.3)||16||41|
|432 MHz||Transverter||100 W||Transistors||-||19 el. by F9FT Tonna (20919)||12||37|
|1,3 GHz||Not QRV||-||-||-||None||-||-|
|RX<2 GHz||IC-R7100||-||-||4 dB||Scanmaster D1300, 25 MHz - 1,3 GHz discone||14||39|
Terrestrial Band Status, 2017-Jun-16.
All distances are in km and calculated using the WGS 84 Earth Model and Vincenty's Inverse Algorithm. EME and cross band contacts are not included in the above status.
|1984||4U1ITU||JN36||144-1296||OZ: 1DOQ, 1DJJ, 1EYE, 1FDH, 1FTU, 1FVF, 9QV|
|1986||T70A||JN63||144-1296||DL6LAU, I4YNO, OZ1DOQ, OZ1FTU|
|2000||OX2K||GP46, GP47||50-1296||OZ Group|
|2003||OZ2M/P||JO55, JO56, JO66||70|
|2004||OZ2AR||JO66||144||OZ1BNN, OZ1PIF, OZ1RH|
|2008||RZ1AWO/P||KP70||144, 432||OH5LID, RU1AS, RV1AA, RV1AC, RV2FW, RX1AX|
|2010||OZ2M/P||JO44, JO47, JO57||70|
|2011||LA/OZ2M||JO58, JO69, JP60||70|
|2011||OZ2M/P||JO44, JO47, JO56, JO57||70|
|2012||OH0/OZ2M||JP90, KO09||70||OZ1BGZ, OZ1FTU|
My antennas for 50 MHz and 144 MHz.
The mast, rotator mounts, 144 MHz DCI band pass filter and DB6NT pre-amp and 432 MHz 9 el. F9FT antenna all under the roof.
Altitude map in 10 x 10 km2 resolution. Courtesy Radio Mobile and Uffe, PA5DD.
Horizontal elevation map. Obstacle at 45-65° is Herlev Hospital 400 m away. Courtesy Radio Mobile and Uffe, PA5DD.
Here I am operating on 144 MHz during the 1997 VHF & Above Field Day Contest. Picture taken Sunday noon - I guess. Picture courtesy OZ1IEP.
See, not that sleepy after all. Picture courtesy OZ1IEP.
The Weinheim Flee Market. From left me, Uffe, PA5DD (ex. OZ1DOQ) and Ole, OZ8OM. Picture courtesy PA5DD.
The OZ2M callsign was first issued to K. L. Ewald, Adelgade 18, Hobro, Denmark. I wish to thank to Bob, W5KNE, for researching the history about OZ2M. Without his work the story below would not have been possible.
OZ2M used a 4 stage c.c. rig on 14,110 kc. and runs about 100 W input. His QSL card can be found on many walls throughout the world. Source: Pacific Radio Publishing Company, Radio magazine 1936.
OM Ewald says that soon his 12-year-old daughter, Kirsten, will have a license and will be on the air under the call OZ2YL. Source: Russian publication? 1937.
The station of K. L Ewald. OZ2M,Denmark. Click to view in separate window. Source: found by Bob, W5KNE.
The OZ2M QSL card anno 1949. The QSL confirms a QSO with W4JTR on 28 MHz dated 1949-03-25. Source: found by Uffe, PA5DD.
OZ2M mentioned in "OZ" November 1934.
Snippet view OZ2M, THE FIRST DANISH 28-MC. WAC Built and operated by K. L. Ewald, of Hobro, OZ2M is well known in the DX world, and was the highest scoring Danish station in the 1936 DX Contest. The crystal-controlled transmitter uses a Marconi T250 in. Source: American Radio Relay League, QST, Volume 20, 1936.
OZ2M mentioned in "DASD" 1936.
OZ2M mentioned in "OZ" January 1937.
QST, vol. 34 (1950) mentions OZ2M on 10 m.
Bo, OZ2M, www.rudius.net/oz2m