I'm the holder of these calls and manage QSL's for the following: LA9DFA - JW9DFA - LI9DFA - LB8DC - LA3C - LI3C - LN3C - JW3C.
QSL is OK via the buro, LoTW or direct for all calls. No eQSL.
I am a member of the Qsl Managers Society, see link or email me if you need a QSL-manager. http://www.qsl.net/qslmanagers
QSL information: I prefer direct requests, although I will answer buro cards as well. Direct requests require full return support or they will be returned via the buro. Please include a self-addressed envelope and sufficient return postage. For postage to EU and the rest of the world, 1$ dollar is not enough. Please provide 1IRC or 3$ for EU and the rest of the World. IRC's must be stamped in the "box" on the left side. Without this stamp the IRC's are useless, and the QSL will be returned through the bureau.
Hope to hear you in the pile-up!
Setup at December 2011 is:
Icom IC-756PROII (HF+6m), Yaesu FT-847 (HF+VHF+UHF), Kenwwod TS-790E (VHF+UHF)
SPE Expert 1K-FA (HF+6m), Sommerkamp SLA200 (200W on 144MHz), Mirage B2518 G, (150W on 144MHz)
Microham Microkeyer II
Optibeam OB11-5 on 10,12,15,17 and 20m, BigIr on 30 and 40 with elevated radials. 1/2 wave dipole on 80m up 17m. Inv-L (3/8 wave on 160m).
7LFA6WOS on 50MHz, Eagle 4M6DX on 70MHz and 2M5WL on 144MHz.
I support the DX Code of Conduct.
Please visit this site and take a note of what's written!!
73's de Morten LA9DFA
Tower 1: 18 meter high, with OB11-5 for 10,12,15,17 and 20 meter at 18 meters hight. On top you can see a 7LFA6WOS, a 7 element LFA for 50MHZ at 21 meter.
Tower 2: 12 meter high, with a 2M5WL for 144 MHz. That's 17 elements on a 10 meter boom!! On top you can see a 4M6DX, a 6 element for 70 MHz at 15 meter hight.
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