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I am active on all HF bands. Main interest at the time is DX chasing. I operate mostly CW, and often QRP portable in the wilderness. Hope to hear you on the bands OM's and YL's !

Also QRV as LA5EKA/MM from time to time from a Norwegian research vessel in the arctic regions. I operate CW mainly, but skeds for SSB, PSK31 and RTTY are possible. Equipment pr. July 2012 is a KX3 with 12 watts and a W3DZZ antenna up 15 meters. Look for me on the Reverse Beacon Network.

I try to upload all my logs (LA5EKA, LA5EKA/QRP and LA5EKA/MM) to LoTW as often as possible.

Since 2009 I have had a SkimmerServer running at my QTH, connected to the Reverse Beacon Network. It consists of a QS1R receiver and a Fritzel FD4 windomantenna, up abt 15 meters. This setup decodes a 192 kHz swath of each of seven amateur bands, including 6 meters in the summer and 17 or 60 meters during winter.


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