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Welcome to my QRZ page!

I have been creating QRM and TVI since 1990.

I operate 160 - 70 cm band.

My HF Rig is a Icom IC-7400
Icom ID-880 and ID-51 for D-star use.
Kenwood TM-D710 for APRS.

My local D-star repeater is LD8SA B
My CCS DTMF number is: 2603

Antennas: W3DZZ 80, 40 modified for 60 Meter.
I use a Hy-Gain AV-12AVQ on 20,15 and 10 Meter. (ground mounted on metal roof)
My latest antenna is a 160 meter horisontal delta loop that work on all bands.
In fact it work so well that the w3dzz was taken down.

On VHF /UHF I just got started with D-STAR. My local repeater is LD8SA-B.
I`m also found on. http://steinarweb.com

The picture of me at the aeroplane wrecksite is from my trip to a Heinkel 111 German WWII bomber shot down in th mountains of Narvik.
More info here: http://tihlde.org/~ktsorens/flyvrak/tverrdalen.html


Here you see the Hy-Gain 12AVQ mounted on the metal roof


160 meter horisontal delta loop
Layout of the 160 meter stealth delta loop. Made by a single strand of military field telephone cable. (almost invisible). Fed with 50ohm RG-58 coax into a 4:1 balun QRV on all bands from 160-6 meter.


W3DZZ with 60 meter modification underneth. (Antenna now replaced by the loop antenna above)

2 Meter

2meter/70cm antenna on homemade spare wheel bracket. The Hygain 12 AVQ is gounded to the metal roof.

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