On this site, I want to give you some informations about my radio station.

The first 27 years of my ham radio "carreer" my antennas at home were not the very best. I used a 2-element
3-band yagi for 10/15/20m and a low dipol for 30, 40 and 80m. I had no antennas for WARC-bands and 160m During this period I made a lot of my DX-QSOs from our clubstation DK0EE or from other stations from friends.
In 2009 I moved to a new QTH with much much better possibilities to put up antennas

Now you can find the following equipment in my shack:

HF-transceiver Yaesu FT-1000MP + Yaesu FT-920
HF-amplifier Acom 2000A + Acom 1000
HF-matchbox Palstar AT5K + Magnum MT-3000DX
USB interface + Station Control 2x microham microKEYER II + 2x microham Station Master
Filter 2x Dunestar Model 600
SWR-Meter 2x Daiwa CN-801
Power supply 2x Diamond GSV-3000 (30 A)

At my new QTH I am using following antennas:

6/10/12/15/17/20m SteppIR 4-element @ 18m on Versatower 1
40m Cushcraft XM-240 40m-2-element Monobander @ 18m on Versatower 2
15m InnovAntenna 15m-5-element OP-DES Monobander @ 21m on Versatower 2
6/10/12/15/17/20/30/40m SteppIR Vertical BIG IR @ ground
80/160m Titanex V80HD Vertical @ ground
80m Dipole @ 10m
RX-Antenna K9AY Loop + several Beverage antennas during winter
Rotators 2 x Yaesu G-2800DXC

I am also using several computer programs for amateur radio:

Logbook DX4WIN by KK4HD
Contest Win-Test by F5MZN
QSL-Label printing BV7 by DF3CB
PSK31 DigiPan
Propagation prediction PP by DL6RAI
Atlas DX Atlas by VE3NEA