DUBUS magazine is an international amateur radio magazine intended for the serious VHF and up operator. Published in Germany, it is fully bilingual (English/German).
There are four issues a year, each of over 100 A5 pages which are devoted to a mix of state-of-the-art technical articles and DX operating news.
Look at the contents of the latest issue.
Past technical articles are available in the Technik series of compendiums.
Subscribe to DUBUS
UK readers should see the UK subscriptions page for details of how to subscribe to DUBUS and how to order Technik books.
If you live outside the UK, please look in the National Representatives list, and follow the advice in the subscriptions page.
Articles for inclusion in DUBUS are always welcome. Please contact the Publisher Joachim Kraft, DL8HCZ/CT1HZE/
More DUBUS contact information, including email and postal addresses for reportsand so on is here.
The DUBUS Team
Publisher: Joachim Kraft CT1HZE/DL8HCZ
Circulation: Norbert Göttsche DL8LAQ
Technical Reports/Team of authors:
Ian White GM3SEK, Michael Kuhne DB6NT, Luis Cupido CT1DMK, Leif Åsbrink, SM5BSZ.
Microwave Parts: Hennig Weddig, DL5LV
Microwave Europe: Guy Gervais, F2CT and John Quarmby, G3XDY.
Microwave Japan: Seiji Fukushime, JH6RTO
Microwave USA: Kent Britain, WA5VJB
VHF South America: Flavio Archangelo, PY2ZX
ATV News: Bernd Beckmann, OE5BDO/DJ9PE
EME-News, 70cm + up: Joachim Kraft, CT1HZE/DL8HCZ
EME-News, 2m: position vancant Joachim Kraft, CT1HZE/DL8HCZ
Tropo Reports: Michael Dienel, DG7SFL
6m-News, 4m News, New Products, Beacon List, News & Comments: Joachim Kraft, CT1HZE/DL8HCZ
FAI Reports: Dom Dehays, F6DRO
Aurora Reports: Stefan Heck, LA0BY
Meteor-Scatter Reports, Es-Reportst: Norbert Goettsche, DL8LAQ
contact details for all editors are here
DUBUS Stands for... what????? Find out here!
NE0P Rating: 5/5 Nov 9, 2003 02:35 Time owned: 3 to 6 months
This is an excellent VHF/UHF magazine, based on the last year of issues which is the only ones I have seen. It is written at a high level, much above QST, Worldradio, or CQ, but is still very understandable. Probably like a combination of QEX and NCJ for VHF. Contains excellent information on all frequencies above 50Mhz, including the upper microwaves, and it is neat to see that people are actually playing up there. It is also nice to read a European perspective to amateur radio. You quickly realize that the proportion of EU hams on VHF/UHF greatly outnumbers the proportion in the US. After reading an issue of DUBUS, I feel like selling all my HF gear and getting a 1296Mhz radio. If you are really curious about VHF/UHF propogation, equipment, and operating, this magazine is highly recommended.
NI6G Rating: 5/5 Jun 7, 2003 18:19 Time owned: more than 12 months
Out of all the amateur magazines that I subscribe to, I look forward to reading DUBUS the most. The technical articles are of the highest caliber and the activity reports are exciting. When I puruse this journal, I feel that I am vicariously living the life of a European weak signal operator. The interest level in VHF DXing seems to be much higher there than in the US. I've read many accounts that were exclusive to DUBUS and not found anywhere else including the internet.
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last updated 25 March 2016.