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We are QRV in the IARU regional and subregional contests
as often as possible, from 144 MHz to 2320 MHz (more bands in future). You
will find us often calling CQ on our home frequencies:
Ham Radio Friedrichshafen 2019
This year the IARU region 1 prizing cerenomy worked better, with a lot of winners attending.
We received an award for winning the VHF Contest in 2018
DF5HC, DF9IC, DK9IP, DL2EAA, DK6XZ
HB0DUR arrived only later but could represent us at the ARI ceremony for the 2018 Marconi Memorial Contest 144 MHz that DR9A won in the multi operator section.
Ham Radio Friedrichshafen 2018
Again IARU awarded the winners of the IARU R1 VHF and
UHF/MW contests. We received medals for winning the VHF Contest 2017 and
the 432 and 2.3 GHz section of the UHF/MW Contest 2017.
(DF9IC arrived 2 minutes late but then the whole 30 min event was already over)
We were however very pleased with the ceremony ARI did celebrating the 2017 Marconi Memorial Contest 144 MHz that DR9A won in the multi operator section. It was a pleasure to meet the other contesters there, too.
All the winners - we missed however DA0FF
Ham Radio Friedrichshafen 2017
Our team was awarded the price for winning the 432, 1.2 GHz and 2.3 GHz
section of the IARU R1 UHF/MW Contest 2016 during Hamradio in
DK7UX, DF1GL, HB9DUR, DL5NAH, DF9IC
Alexander Schäfer and Martin DL5NAH made a nice video about the 2m contest at DR9A; it combines video footage
from both antenna setup and operation with the original soundtrack of one of the two operators (DK8SG, in the background).
Martin, DL5NAH, has produced another video of our contest activities. Watch and enjoy:
Ham Radio Friedrichshafen 2012Martin, DL5NAH, the German VHF contest manager, hold the IARU VHF/UHF/SHF contest award ceremony. We were happy to be part of this event together with many successful fellow contesters from several European countries.
DL5NAH, DK8SG, DK9IP, SM7EYW (part of our team in September 2011), DK6XZ, DJ2HD, DF9IC
All the winners - John G3XDY with three trophies in his hands
The DR9A team
Winner IARU VHF contest 2011 145 MHz
Winner IARU UHF contest 2011 435 MHz and 1300 MHz
(photos courtesy of DK9TF)