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On the top of Pulpit Rock, Summer 2013 (National Scout Jamboree in Stavanger). Photo: LA5FRA Paul

 
Born in 1975, Amateur Radio license since April 9, 2010.
 
I'm located in Ammerud in Oslo, the capital of Norway. My antennas (X-30 and W3DZZ) are mounted at top of a 10 story building.
 
When on air I'm mostly active on HF with PSK31 and SSB. I'm also active on VHF and UHF from time to time.
 
In 2011 i was elected member of board (secretary) in LA4O - Oslo Radio Club (Oslogruppen).
 
 

At the microphone during Camp JOTA/JOTI 2013.
Photo: LA5FRA Paul
 
Since 2011 I have been arranging Camp JOTA/JOTI together with other radio scouts from my local radio group. Camp JOTA/JOTI invites the local scout groups to a radioactive weekend. The theme for the whole weekend is communication, where radio is one of the forms of communication. The best thing about Camp JOTA / JOTI is to share the interest in radio and see that scouts find amateur radio entertaining.
 
 
 
 
In the shack at LA1SS preparing to get on the air from the National Scout Jamboree in Stavanger 2013. Photo: LA5FRA Paul
 
 
In the summer of 2013 the Norwegian Scout Assosciation held a National Scout Jamboree in Stavanger. Network for Radio Scouting was responsible for the safety communications on the day trips to Pulpit Rock, evening activities were we built morse blinkers and the camp amateur radio station LA1SS.
 
 
 
 
 
Since September 2013 I have been part of the management team for NSOA - NRRL Sambandstjenesten Oslo og Akershus. NSOA is an association of Emergency Communication Groups in Asker and Bærum, Follo, Gardermoen, Oslo and Nedre Romerike. NSOA covers four police districts in the greater Oslo area. We provide both communication support and APRS tracking by search and rescue operations and emergency communication support at the outcome of critical infrastructure.
 
NRRL Sambandstjenesten is a member of FORF - Frivillige Organisasjoners Redningsfaglige Forum (NGOs Rescue Forum). FORF represents a broad range of organizations within Search and Rescue. Whether at sea, on land or in the air. The organizations have the expertise and the capacity to handle missions in all three aforementioned elements.NRRL is as part of the FORF family recognized by the authorities as a resource during crises and disasters.
 
For more information about NSOA see www.nsoa.no, about NRRL see www.nrrl.no and about FORF see www.forf.no.
 

LI6CSA - Special Call celebration the Bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution 2014.

In 2014 it is 200 years since the Norwegian Constitution was signed at Eidsvoll. Numerous events will take place around the country with the objective of enhancing knowledge about the Constitution, and highlighting its historical and contemporary significance. Norwegian Radio Amateurs will be celebrating the anniversery using Special Call signs for the entire 2014.
 
LA stations will change prefix to LI (Lima India)
LB stations will change prefix to LJ (Lima Juliett)
 

I will be using LI6CSA in 2014.

 
For more information on the Bicentennary of the Norwegian Constitution see:
www.stortinget.no/en/Grunnlovsjubileet/In-English/

 

I prefer paper QSL. You may QSL direct. Norway isn't rare enough to warrant your sending an SASE, so feel free to just send me your card, and I'll do the same. After all, you paid the postage for your card, so I can pay the postage for mine! SWL reports are appreciated and will ofcourse be answered 100%.

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