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OL4A callsign of OK1KIM is used in contests - both on VHF/UHF and HF.

The operation on VHF/UHF takes place on Lesna / 920m ASL in JO60RN, where you can recently find 8 towers ranging from 8 to 49 m. The antenna setup there varies with time from ZERO right now to 528 elements on 2m in the summer 2008.

The operation on HF takes place from Brezina - the station owned by OK1RF/OK1RI in JN79KH. Here you can find also 8 towers again in the heights from 13m to 52m. Again the antennas varies with time how ever , here the situation is more "stable". Right now - autumn 2013 there is 106 various HF elements, 19 booms in the length from the shortest 7.5m (6el.Y on 10m) to the longest 24m (2x 5el.Y on 40m + 3el.Y - almost full size 24m + 3x34m elements), total boom length is 262m, total element length is cca 950m. You will find there a couple of km of radials and bevereges and some wires hanging around and similar things.

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