OM Dominic, OE7DRT

Dominic Reich

Dominic, mid-30s, living in Längenfeld (JN57lb), an average village in the mountainous Tirol. He works as a construction builder at a local company but has learned electrician before, just after he quit an establishment of higher education (we call it HTL in Austria). Some paths are just plain wrong :-)

He writes on this website about different things, some articles may help others and some don’t. Information is collected and written down for later use.

In October 2019 he passed the ham radio exam in Innsbruck and got the callsign OE7DRT.

About this website

My website is a personal storage of a set of information about many different things — mostly about ham radio and other tech stuff. The main goal of my blog is for my personal usage. That is because some articles may not explain everything — I hope I can reproduce a working setup with all the steps in these articles.

I could have saved some links in my bookmarks, right? Well, I have. But I do that now for a long time and it sometimes happens, that one or another link becomes unavailable and hosting my own set of information does not result in these situations in any way.

You can use the information on these pages for yourself. Just keep in mind, that some of them may not be very objective or even accurate. The reverse is true. I fill them with my opinions and experiences; some with solutions — some not.


The content on my website is licensed under the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 — unless specified otherwise. Content can be text or images or other media that is used in an article or to display an article. Content is mostly saved within /content, /static and /static/images but may not be limited to them. Content files are mostly png, jpg, pdf and md files but may not be limited to them.

Code on my website is usually licensed under the MIT license.

For attribution a link back to my website ( should be enough.

Other resources

I used to maintain a broader range of topics on my other website - but keeping track of all the changes in the more complex hugo theme made me decide to implement most articles in this smaller one.

For reference, my older website are still accessible on the following URLs: