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LA1V, LC1V, LI1V, and LN1V [and JW1V in September 2008, see below] are the calls used by the Norwegian National Guard's Radio Amateur Club.

The club is not using QSL bureau services. QSLs will be answered direct via LA4LN. Please note that 3 US$ (or 1 IRC) is the postage cost for a letter or postcard from Norway. And please enclose your self-addressed envelope for the return QSL.

LA1V holds a number of national championships in the annual 6 m NRAU Nordic Activity Contests (NAC).

LA1V (or occasionally with other -1V calls, see above) is QRV on most modes and most bands from 160 m to 70 cm, including 60 m (5 MHz).

JW1V was QRV on 60 m (5 MHz) from 12 to 18 September 2008 from the Spitsbergen Island (IOTA EU-26), Svalbard in the Arctic with a full-size 5/8 wave vertical transmitting antenna for 60 m (5 MHz). See www.qrz.com/db/jw1v for details and pictures.

2 x 7 element Yagi beam antennas on 10 m long booms used by LA1V in a 50 MHz monthly Nordic Activity Contest from a suitable mountaintop. Photo: LA4LN.

 

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