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LB6BG Norway flag Norway

alias for: LA5SAA

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If you really want/need my paper QSL, please send your's via mail, and enclose an addressed envelope.

Dollars or IRCs are not necessary. I confirm e-QSLs.

QRV since 1962.

I have been using the following callsigns: DJ8EP, DJ8EP/LU, LAØBY, LA5SAA, LA1EKO.

A quick look into my little shack:

From left to right: FT-450, IC-7200, Tuner MFJ-974 and my buddy XARA (cairn terrier).
On top of the Icom the old memo-keyer K-1 from Logikey.
Hidden behind Xara: Bencher paddle and the bug HiMound BK-100.

For /p and qrp I use the Elecraft KX3

My antenna is a doublet for 80m to 6m, length 2x18 m, up 35 feet.
During lightning or statics from rain / snow, I use an indoor dipole (2 x 7 m) for 60m to 10m.
I am very active on
5 MHz.

My QSL shows the view from my village towards east.

This is the view from my community towards west. In the background the North Sea.


When I was an officer in the German Navy, I was training cadets on the three mast bark "Gorch Fock".


I was often qrv on HF and VHF from an oil rig in the Ekofisk Oil Field in the middle of the North Sea.

I am retired since 2013, and enjoy life together with my xyl Else.




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