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I started to study to my class A license in october 2009 (15 years old). In february 2010 I passed the exame and became LA5SSA. I got the radio interested from my father Carlos Ferreira -> " CT1JML - LB5ME - LA9PJA - LI9PJA - JW9PJA". He used to take me to the radio club in Oslo "LA4O" when I was a baby/small boy, and also took me to Svalbard Isl. (JW) for radio expeditions, where he used to operate CW, SSB, RTYY and SAT. I loved to hear him talk for hours with far away radio coleagues.

I'm not vey radio active as I'm very busy with my studies at the local technical school.

My QSL card:


My Tower/Antenna Park:

  1. Texas Tower & MFG. Inc. 12m Aluminium "1997 - 2012"


  • Cushcraft A3S Beam, Triband, 3 ele. 10, 15, 20m
  • A50-3S, 6m Yagi, 3 el.
  • 14 El. VHF Yagi
  • X-30 Vertical VHF/UHF

  1. Telescopic Mast 21m in Steel "2012 - t.d."


  • Cushcraft A4S Beam, Triband, 4 ele. 10, 15, 20 and 40 meters with the A744 Kit
  • Cushcraft D3W Toable Dipole, 1 ele. 12, 17, 30 meters
  • A50-5S, 6m Yagi, 5 el.
  • X-30 Vertical VHF/UHF


LA9PJA - Carlos is based at Åskollen/Glassverket - Locator JO59DR, in Drammen.

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Drammen is a city and municipality in Buskerud county, Norway.

Buskerud Coat of Arms

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Norway Coat of arms

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The administrative centre of the municipality is the city of Drammen.

The municipality of Drammen was established on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The rural municipality of Skoger was merged with the municipality of Drammen on 1 January 1964 (it was transferred from Vestfold county to Buskerud county at the same time).


The Old Norse form of the city's name was Drafn, and this was originally the name of the inner part of Drammensfjord. The fjord is, however, probably named after the river Dramselva (Old Norse: Dröfn), and this again is derived from the old word dröfn, which meant "wave".

Drammen Coat of Arms

The coat-of-arms is from modern times. They were granted on 17 November 1960. The arms are blue with a gray/silver column on top of a foundation of rocks. A key and a sword are crossed in the middle forming an x. It is based upon the old seal dating from 1723 for Bragernes, one of the central parts of Drammen. The motto for Bragernes (in Latin) was In Fide Et Justitia Fortitudo (English: in faith and justice is strength), and the items in the seal are referring to this: key = faith, sword = justice, column on rocks = strength


Rock carvings at Åskollen and Skogerveien are 6000 to 7000 years old, and are the first signs of human activity in the area. The largest rock carving at Åskollen depicts a moose.

Drammen originally consisted of three small seaports: Bragernes (on the northern side of the Drammenselva river) and Strømsø and Tangen (both on the southern side of the river). For trade purposes, small seaports were placed under market towns. Despite their geographical proximity, Bragernes was placed under Christiania and Strømsø under Tønsberg. For this reason, cooperation between the adjacent seaport towns was almost impossible. In 1662, a merger was proposed to unite Strømsø and Bragernes to form a market town with the name Frederiksstrøm. The proposal was rejected by Frederick III of Denmark. Bragernes received limited market town rights in 1715, and merged with Strømsø to gain status as a single city on 19 June 1811.

Its unique geographical location made the city a centre for seafaring, ship building, log driving, timber trade, and (since the 19th century) paper and pulp industries. During the 1960s most of the pulp and paper factories along the Drammenselva were closed down.

Large parts of the city were ruined in the great fire of 12-13 July 1866, which led to the reconstruction of the city centre, including the characteristic town square and Bragernes church.

In 1909, Drammen got the first trolleybus system in Scandinavia, the Drammen trolleybus. The lines ran until 1967. For many years the centre of Drammen suffered from heavy traffic, but in 1970 the European route E18 bridge helped somewhat, and in 1999 the opening of the Bragernes tunnel diverted much of the traffic away from the centre of the city. In recent years, the city centre has seen significant regeneration, with the introduction of new housing, shopping facilities, restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as a public pathway along the Drammenselva river.


Drammen is one of the larger cities in Norway, and lies about 40kilometres (25mi) from the capital of Norway, Oslo. The city centre lies at the end of a valley, on both sides of the Drammenselva river, and where the river meets the Drammensfjord. Drammen is also the main harbor for car and fruit import in Norway.

As of 1 January 2007, the population of the urban area of Drammen is 93,006. Drammen is the sixth largest urban area of Norway and occupies territory in five municipalities: Drammen (with about 61% of the population), Nedre Eiker (23%), Øvre Eiker (8%), Lier (5%), and Røyken (3%).

The boroughs of Drammen are Austad/Fjell, Bragernes, Gulskogen, Konnerud, Skoger, Strømsø/Danvik, Tangen/Åskollen and Åssiden.

The Øvre Sund area, situated along Drammenselva, will be regulated by the municipality in order to restore this area's character. The buildings there are from the 18th and 19th century, and contribute, as well as the river and the brewery, to give the city a special identity. In 2008 Drammen won the prestigious prize for the best city development in Europe.

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