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If you worked me between April 8 and April 16th, I was travelling in Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia using my remote radio setup

QSL Policy - LOTW now in use and logs updated once a month (17.1.2014)

New QSL's for OH1JD, OH1D and OG1Dwill arrive towards the end of October 2013. I will managed the backlog then. If you have sent a card direct and haven't received one back before the end of November 2013, drop me aline oh1jd(at)sral.fi and I will be back to you soonest.

Licensed first 1981 in Finland, I have always been keen on contesting and building a station hardware.

From 1993 until 2001 I was living under big antennas and enjoyed it very much. The contest bug is still on me but haven't had many opportunities to practise my skills as I have been located and working in Asia since 2002.

Update 2011. Back in Finland with two QTH's, one to build a setup of two-three towers and loads of aluminum, the other one in the city with no intention to be QRV except remote operating the other one. .

Update Jan 2012. 48 m tower standing on 2 m tall rock. 5 over 5 (@ 43/29 m), 2 el shorty forty @ 49m.

Update Sep 2013. Now stacks for 10,15,20 and 40 have been installed and operational, KK1L 2*6 on the tower base hooked up

Callsigns that I have been using are as follows: OF1JD, OG1JD, OH1D, OG1D, OH0W, OH1AA, OG1N, OH1T, OH1TX, BY4DX, B7P

 

Projects:

2 el shorty forty @ 26m (waiting the coils)

36 m fixed tower @ hilltop with a stack of four tribanders with sidemounts + shorty forty (future project )

2*5b4agn BPF

YCCC so2rbox

KK1L so2r switch+band decoders

 

Rigs:

2 * ICOM IC-765, Ten tec omni VII , FT-1000 mkV

Acom 2000A, QBL5/3500,

 

My lovely wife Yin Hua (Lucy) and youngest daughter Inni /5yrs

 

QSL's 2013

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