Guadeloupe - October 2022
Our next DXpedition will take place from Guadeloupe between October 10th and 23th, 2022. We will be active with three stations from 160 m through 10 m on CW, SSB and digital modes. OPs are DK1BT, DL4WK, DL6SAK, DL7BO and DL7UFR.
Réunion - March 2020
After the originally planned DXpedition to Djibouti had to be canceled, a new destination was found at short notice. We were active as TO7DL from March 4th to 17th from Reunion. OPs are DK1BT, DL4WK, DL6SAK, DL7DF and DL7UFR.
Saint Pierre and Miquelon - October 2019
Our last DXpedition to St. Pierre took place between October 2 and 14, 2019. We were active with three stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB and Digi modes.
The Gambia - April 2019
Our last DXpedition to The Gambia took place between April 1 and 15, 2019. We were active with three stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB and Digi modes.
Barbados - November 2018
Our DXpedition to Barbados took place between November 06 and November 20, 2018. We were active with three stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB and Digi modes.
Greece - October 2018
From October 1st to October 15th 2018 I was on holiday with my XYL Sabine in Greece. I was active on all bands from 80m to 10m in CW, SBB, RTTY as often as possible.
Morocco - February 2018
Our DXpedition to Morocco took place between February 13 and 20, 2018. We were active with two stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB, RTTY and FT8.
Montserrat - November 2017
Our DXpedition to Montserrat took place from 6 November to 20 November 2017. We were active with two stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB, RTTY.
EA9/DJ6TF EA9/DL7DF EA9/DL7UFN EA9/DL7UFR
Melilla - March 2017
Our DXpedition to Melilla took place between March 15 and 22, 2017.
Anguilla - October / November 2016
Our DXpedition to Anguilla (IOTA NA-022) was between October 25 and November 07, 2016. We were active with two stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31..
Svalbard - March / April 2016
Our DXpedition to Svalbard (IOTA EU-026) was between March 30 and April 5, 2016. We were active from the club station JW5E with two stations from 160m through 10m on CW, SSB and RTTY.
5Z4HW and 5Z/DL...
Kenya - November 2015
Our DXpedition was to Kenya between November 4 and 18, 2015. We were active with two stations on 160m through 6m on CW, SSB and RTTY.
OX/DJ6TF OX/DK1BT OX/DL7DF OX/DL7UFR
June 2015 - Greenland
Our DXpedition to Greenland takes place in Tasiilaq (locator HP15EO, IOTA NA-151) between June 3 and 12, 2015 using our individual call signs according to the CEPT regulations. We will be active with two stations on 160m through 6m on CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK31.
November 2014 - Senegal
From Novemcer 1st to Novermber 13th I was on holiday with my XYL Sabine in Senegal. I operated on all bands from 160 m to 10 m in CW, SBB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV as often as possible. The location was Somone at the coastline of Senegal near Dakar. But please do not forget. This time I was on vacation with a little bit Ham Radio.
4S7DFG 4S7FRG 4S7LXG
March 2014 - Sri Lanka
Our last DXpedition was to Sri Lanka. We will stayed there from March 10 and 23, 2014. We were active with several stations on 160m through 6m on CW, SSB. One station was exclusively dedicated to RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV.
H44G and H40T
March 2013 - Solomon Islands/ Temotu Islands
Our last DXpedition took us to two locations. The first destination was the Solomon Islands, H44G. We stayed there from March 8 and 25, 2013. The Temotu stay we had planned from March 12 to 23. The departure was delayed due to bad weather on the March 16. During the time from March 16 to 23, a part of the group was active from Santa Cruz Island, Temotu Province, H40T.
August 2012 - Comoros Island
Sigi will be a member of the DXpedition to Comoros, D64K. The operation date is from 8th to 21 August 2012.
March 2012 - Tonga
Our last DXpedition was to Tonga, A35. We orperated from March 7 to 24, 2012 with 9 experienced operators.
November/December 2011 - Kenya
I was on holiday in Kenya with my XYL Sabine from Nov 23 to Dec 6, 2011.
October/November 2011 - Guinea
We were active from Guinea, West Africa, from Oct 18 to Nov 1 as 3XY1D.
November/ December 2010 - Vietnam
From November 26th to December 6th I was on holidays with my XYL Sabine on Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam.
9X0SP & 9U0A
October/ November 2010 - Rwanda & Burundi
This year we have chosen for our DXpedition two destinations. The first stop was from Oct 26, 2010 to Nov 2, 2010 in Rwanda, 9X. The second stop was from Nov 3, 2010 to Nov 9, 2010 in Burundi, 9U. Our callsign in Rwanda was 9X0SP and in Burundi 9U0A.
November 2009 - Vietnam
From November 4th to 17th we were on air from Vietnam. We were active from 160m to 10m in CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV.
February 2009 - Zanzibar
From February 3rd to 13th I was on holiday with my XYL Sabine in Zanzibar. I operated from 160m to 10m in CW, SSB, RTTY and SSTV as often as possible.
September/October 2008 - Botswana
From September 23 to October 6 2008, Sigi, DL7DF and Crew were on DXpedition in Botswana, South Africa. The crew was active in all modes and on all bands. Special attention were to the low bands and digital modes.
February/March 2008 - Kenya
From February 27th to March 11th I was on holiday with my XYL Sabine in Kenya. I operated on all bands in all modes as often as possible. The location was Diani Beach at the coastline of Kenya.
September/October 2007 - Burundi
From September 26 to October 9 2007, Sigi, DL7DF and Crew were on DXpedition in Burundi, East Africa. The crew was active in all modes and on all bands. Special attention were to the low bands and digital modes.
January 2007 - Laccadive Islands
Between January 15 and 25 2007 Sigi, DL7DF and Crew were a part of a international DXpedition to Laccadive Islands VU7. They were active in all modes and on all bands.
October 2006 - Cyprus
From October 5th to 12th I was on holiday with my XYL Sabine on Cyprus. I operated on all bands in all modes as often as possible. The location was Paphos.
May 2006 - DARC Special Event Station - FIFA Soccer World Championship 2006
Between May 13th and May 18th Sigi, DL7DF, will be QRV with the special event call DQ2006D. Modes will be CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. He will be active on all bands from 160m to 10m.
Read more about this special event activities at ...::: amateurradio2006 :::... .
VU4AN /VU3NZC /VU3RYG /VU3RYB /VU3RWN /VU3SIE
April 2006 - Andaman
The National Institute of Amateur Radio was organizing a Hamfest in Port Blair on the Andamans between April 18-25, 2006. Foreign visitors were invited to participate and to operate. We didn't hesitate to be part of this event and thank the Indian organizers for this great event!
FS/DL7DF & PJ7/DL7DF
February/March 2006 - Saint Martin & St. Maarten
We want to continue our DXpeditions also in the year 2006. With the current low sunspot conditions it's difficult to provide you new band countries. However, after some investigation and surveys, we decided to go for the Caribbean - FS and PJ7. Not really rare entities but good enough for many band countries, especially on the low bands. Our VP2V results confirm this.
We've booked two places at the east coast of each island part to have a free shot into Europe. Activity will be between February 21 and March 8, 2006 beginning with FS and afterwards PJ7. Five experienced operators will participate: DL4WK (Wolf), DL7UFR (Frank), DL7VOA (Rob), SP3DOI (Les) and DL7DF (Sigi). We will run two stations consisting of 2x IC735, 1x IC706, 2x TY 900 Linear Amp. 900W, a Titanex V80 E, a Hexbeam 5 Band Yagi, a R7 vertical as well as two fiberglass rods with plenty of wire. Modes will be CW, SSB, RTTY, PSK31 and SSTV. An online log will be available here on this website. QSL via DL7DF through the bureau or direct.
October 2005 - South Africa
I was operating with a TS50 and a long wire from South Africa as ZS1/DL7DF between October 18 and 31, 2005 on a holiday and sightseeing trip.
April 2005 - Ghana
I will be operating from Ghana as 9G5SP, between April 18 and 25, 2005. This is a one-man operation. Look for me on 160-10m CW with a little SSTV. I'm gonna have a 700-watt amp, a beam and dipoles. QSL via DL7DF.
VP2V/DL7DF, VP2V/DL7UFR, VP2V/DL4WK
Feb/Mar 2005 - British Virgin Islands
Our last DXpedition destination were the British Virgin Islands - VP2V from February 23 to March 9, 2005. Operators and callsigns were VP2V/DL7DF, VP2V/DL7UFR and VP2V/DL4WK. We were using three transceivers and two amplifiers, a Titanex V80 vertical, a R7, a Hexbeam, plenty of wire and a K9AY loop. Emphasis was put on the low bands. Modes were CW, SSB, RTTY and some PSK31 and SSTV.
TJ3SP & TJ3FR
October 2004 - Cameroon
We'll hit the airwaves again - this time from Cameroon between October 6 and October 20, 2004 with the callsigns TJ3SP and TJ3FR operated by six OP's : DL7UFR, DL7KL, DL7DF, DL4WK, DK1BT and SP3DOI. We will have 4 stations, 3 linears, 2 Yagis for 20, 15, 10 and for the WARC bands, 2 R7's, a Titanex V80DX for the low bands, GP for 30m plus plenty of wire for Beverage antennas. We work all modes.
February 2004 - Kenia
I was in Kenya between February 17 and March 1, 2004. This was be holiday but I spent plenty of time on the bands. My callsign was 5Z4HW activating CW, SSB, RTTY plus PSK31 and SSTV but due to license restrictions no 160m, 30m and 6m. I was running a 100W into a Ground Plane and wire antennas.
October 2003 - Myanmar
We actually had a special target in Africa for our 2003 DXpedition, however we ran into trouble obtaining the license. But we will go to another country instead - Myanmar, XZ. Our call sign will be XZ7A. Myanmar is not amongst the top 10 of the most needed DXCC entities anymore but we hope for a success anyway.
Activity is planned between September 30 and October 17, 2003. We will have four stations at two different operating places. One of the places is in the capitol, the other one in a sea village. The location in the capitol is very promising because there is a passable roof on a 25m high building.
March/April 2003 - Tobago
I was active as 9Y4/DL7DF from Tobago between March 24 and April 9, 2003. It was a holiday so I wasn't too much on the air. However I couldn't resist to fill the log with 6742 QSOs.