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 call LN1V will be used throughout 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary for the liberty of Norway after the 2nd World War in 1945. Please read more about this operation here: http://qrzcq.com/call/LN1V
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 occasionally QRV on most modes and most bands from 160 m to 70 cm, including 60 m (5 MHz) and 4 m (70 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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