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Other locations where I operate from:

Oulu, loc. KP25RA :Primary location for operation on satellites. Also ocassionally QRV in Nordic Activity Contests (VHF/UHF) with callsign OH8NAC.

Pudasjärvi,loc. KP35TF (My summer QTH, mainly QRV on HF and 6 meters and ocassionally on VHF). I will try to activate this grid also on 4 meters from summer 2014 onwards. I have a special license that allows me to operate between 70.000-70.300MHz with no gaps. I will operate on CW/SSB/FM, no digimodes(sorry).

Antennas at my summer QTH: Butternut vertical for 80-10 meters, Spiderbeam for 20/15/10 meters, 9-el dualband yagi for 50/70MHz(G0KSC design).

At my QTH in KP24SX sqare I have only a simple balcony GP for 28/50/70MHz. From this location I made my first satellite QSOs, nowdays I work satellites from my mother's house in KP25 square.

Picture: Satellite antenna setup at KP25. 2x7 el. crossyagi for UHF (RHCP mode) and 5 el. yagi for VHF. Both antennas are DK7ZB design. Antennas have fixed 15 degrees elevation, azimuth control manually with rotator. SSB Electronic preamps for both antennas.

QSL via bureau or direct (please include Self Addressed Envelope). I like to QSL "old fashion" way, so please NO eQSL. I am still keeping paper log for my contacts, so if I have worked you before and you need a card for a particular contact (new band point, new grid square, OH county etc), please send me e-mail.

I am QRV on satellites from KP25 grid few times a week, mostly on linear transponder sats AO-7/mode B and FO-29. If you collect grids and need KP25, feel free to e-mail me for QSO schedule.

I will participate Scandinavian Activity Contest (SAC) SSB leg on 11-12 October from my summer QTH in Pudasjärvi. Please join and give me and to other Scandinavian stations your valuable points/multipliers! Visit http://www.sactest.net for more information about the contest. 

 

 

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