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I was born in 1932 and licensed since 2 March 1951. My first QSO was on 5 March 1951 with SM5ALM. In the period 1951-1958 I operated from different locations in Norway. From 1958-1960 I operated from Spitzbergen (Svalbard - JW), at that time the prefix for Svalbard was LA/P. Active from present QTH (Ski - 25 km south of Oslo) since March 1964. Now QRV on all HF bands 160-6meters using CW-SSB and digital modes. 85 % of my QSO's are on CW. Equipment at present are IC-7600,  IC-746 and TS50S, Ameritron AL-811 amplifier (used only when needed). Antennas are 3 element Yagi for 20-15-10 meters and Butternut HF9x (ground mounted) for 160-10 meters.

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