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Picture above is from 3D2A / 3D2DX trip in 2011, mounting the 5 band Spiderbeam in Nadi, Viti Levu.

Born in the summer of 1964. Licensed since 1982.
Grown up in the very south-western part of the country. Soenderjylland - and proud of it! Second language is German, and Nordfriesich/Platdütsch - and of course English.

Since April 2011 - Elecraft K3-driver! Love that RIG!

QSL MANAGER FOR OZ7A and OZ7AMG - just use the bureau, thats fine.
If You need it for award etc. then to my adress above. Remember the IRC for return postage.
Else I will just put it to the bureau .

I prefer good old fashioned QSL cards in my hand. It is always nice to see a good old
fashioned QSL card from a DX-pedition isnt it? But I am uploading all to LOTW and eQSL, because I do very regular uploads!

You can also request QSL via Clublog.org's OQRS function


Part of the record-breaking team at OZ5E in the CQ WW CW in 2010 Multi-2
- great fun together with OZ1ETA, OZ2BRN, OZ2KL, YT2T and OZ7AM. - To the next one, where a record needs broken!

Part of the record-breaking team at OZ5E in the CQ WW CW in 2011 Multi-Multi
- great fun together with OZ1ETA, OZ2BRN, DJ3CQ, OZ1FJB and OZ7AM.
Thanks for the opportunity to Andrew OZ1XJ and Jan OZ1ADL - GREAT STATION

Part of the 5P12EU team from January to June 2012 - Special Event Callsign
Special Callsign used under the Danish leadership of the EU the first part of 2012.

Part of the record-breaking team at OZ5E in the CQ WW CW in 2012 Multi-Multi
YES - we once again broke our previous record from last year. This year with a bigger team.
Once again Thanks for the opportunity to Andrew OZ1XJ and Jan OZ1ADL - GREAT STATION.
But also a big thanks to people like Ole OZ1LCG and Kim OZ1JUX for being there and helping

Part of the HB9EE team for HB9HQ in IRAU Contest on 10 meter CW
Great fun in the Swiss Alps with the HB9EE team and other guests like me.
Thanks to Chris HB9CLV for the hospitality and opportunity!

Part of the record-breaking team at TM1A (F6KOP) in the CQ WW CW in 2013 Multi-Multi
And again I join a wounderfull team - the KOP team; F6KOP from Provins - in a big joint Multi-Multi effort
for the CQ WW CW. Here also to break their own record from last year. And YES of course we made it.
For me as a non-French speaking guy this was a great expirience. Great Team, great Support-Team!
Great Spirit! Vive le F6KOP!
And - I am now also a part of the KOP-Team! Proud of it.

AWARDS - so far;
WAC, DXCC (250), WAS, WAE, WAZ, WPX and the WAJA finally achieved.
Now working hard on my 9 band DXCC (missing 30, 80 and 160)


- the little WW-2 radio at the museum of the Danish Resistance. The radio is a thru replica of the original WW-2 radio! CW and 5-10 watts only and main bands are 40 and 30 meters, Ladies and Gentlemen! WW-2 QRP!!

Unfortunately, a tragedy happend at the end of April 2013 - the Muesum burned almost to the ground. Police is investigating. Now a rebuildis up to the politicians


- Oscar Zulu 1 Royal Danish Navy - The Fregate HDMS Peder Skram, now a museum ship. Using the old Navy Rigs! Up to 400 watts on HF, in to some nice GP's on the ship it self. Great Ground Planes (the whole harbour!) Great Operations Platform!
It's a visit worth, also for none Navy folks like me! She's a beuaty! EX-Army-dude' I am you know, which is told to me gently by the real Navy-people around here ;o)

www.pederskram.dk for more info - sorry mainly in Danish.



The 3 OZ's where OZ1AA (OY3AA) Thomas (Tom), OZ7AM, Alex and OZ1IKY Kenneth (thats me!).
We had some great times up there on Svalbard Island. Mathias JW5NM (SK) has made a great station up there. We just added a lot of fun and a GP for 30 and 17 meters to this set-up. Thanks to Jesper, OX3KQ for borrowing us the Ameritron transistor AMP. I guess with this AMP Alex made a lot of people happy on 30 meters with it!!

I mostly did 17 meters and at the end some great but strange 6 meter opening. I guess the position (78 north, 13 east) in JQ78 makes it strange anyway?
Yes - the groundplane in the water was our antenna for 17 meters (30 meter GP looked simular) - and yes we made all contacts "barefootted" 100 watts on 17 meters. Even got a QSO, as promised, with Fernando, Z21BB thru a pile-up on 17 meters with 100 watts.

QSL Cards are made by Tony LZ1JZ - Beautiful and high Quality - Thanks Tony! Beautiful Job!
I have of course uploaded my logbook on eQSL and LOTW.


Oh boy! DXing from the other side of the Globe!

Not last time here - this was GREEEAAAT FUN! Thanks to Eddie VK4AN/3D2A and Rocky 3D2DD for all the help and compagnion-ship!
Thanks to Danish DX Group, Pacific DX'ers and Spiderbeam in Germany and the US for the great support

3D2DX made close to 4000 QSO's with a little IC-706 MKIIG and only 100 watts. Antennas were a Spiderbeam and a DX-88 about 18 to 25 meters over ground. So don't say that you need a KILOWATT to do anything seriously from the Pacific!! Made a lot of Europeans - actually over 34 procent of all QSO's - with 100 watt's only!!
In all the team (VK4AN & OZ1IKY) made over 10000 QSO, and participated in both the BARTG RTTY, a little in the RDXC and of course the CQ WPX SSB 2011 - A lot of first time QSO's on both 12 and 30 meter for many HAM's out there


DXpedition in a big size team! Woauh! And besides getting back the RTTY record; we had a lot of fun. The F6KOP Team was a great new expirience!


This was a great expirience! Alex (OZ7AM) and I had the great opportunity to be a part of this event. Thanks to Martti and Francisco.
We had the great privillige to be on Ilha Do Pico (Pico Island) and activate CU6GRP. Thanks to both Martti and Francisco
- but also a big thanks to Jorge CU6AB and his great team on Pico. We will miss You - and hope to return one day.

Have a look at www.visitazores.com and here http://azores-islands-hunt.com/


The Pileup!

Getting off the Island again : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYMzBvPaL7M
I am the guy in the front of the boat!



Once again the Fabulous, Famous and Fantastic F6KOP goes out for DXpeditioning. So I cannot miss being a part of THAT TEAM!
Thanks to All KOP's! Thanks to All who joined. Thanks to all the callers - I hope we could make as many as possible happy!

Vive Le KOP!



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