Born 1949, 25 WPM morsetest 1971, C license 1973, B license 1974, A License 1990. SWL OZ-DR1651 1971-73.
Elecraft K3 transceiver, 100 Watts, powered by a Diamond GVS3000 PSU.
I try to keep my rig and my antenna at a fairly simple level, NO expencive towers, amplifiers and fancy antennas, just "standard" 100 Watts and wire- or vertical antennas.
My home don't have to look like something any coast radio station would be envious about, so my antennas are simple and almost invisible, good for my neighbors, good for the environment.
"Antennas should be heard, not seen".
Radio Works Carolina Windom CW80 (10 to 80m, incl. WARC and 60m). Flat-top (almost) oriented North-South, feedpoint up 12 meters.
Superstick MP1T portable vertical (10m - 80m) for mobile use (Can also be used for 2m and 6m).
Experimental antenna: Homemade "Slinky spring" vertical, with a total line length of 40 meters mounted on a 15 meters high fibre glass pole and feed point (coax) approx. 2 m above ground. Radials connected in the same height.
I have used 2 "Slinky springs" each with an extended length of 16.5 meters and 7 meters copper wire at the top, total length = 40 meters (1/4 wavelength of 160 meter band).
It will from time to time be used for testing.
MSK5 Squeeze key iambic paddles (first choise).
Vibrokeyer de Luxe, single lever paddle.
P1PAD cwtouchkeyer iambic paddles.
Great Northern Telegraph Co. model C47, straight key.
Any QSO, local or DX are welcome.
As I live in Europe, I have worked all Europe, except JX/Jan Mayen.
I prefer working DX, but work also local QSO with pleasure.
I DO NOT participate in contests.
I DO NOT hunt awards, but of course, I apply them if I have the points needed.
I working only HF-bands (10 to 80 meter) and 100% genuine CW (no computers involved).
I will be happy to finalise our QSO by sending you my QSL card.
BUREAU: The standard way to send QSLs.
DIRECT: Only few special cases will be send directly, I'm NOT Mr. Moneybag.
eQSL/LoTW: All QSOs will be uploaded when I'm QRT for the day.
QSL will be answered the same way as received. If you send your QSL directly, I will reply directly and no money is needed, but a SAE is very welcome. IF you feel that you will donate the return postage, I will not refuse . The Danish Post will no longer accept IRCs, so please no IRCs.
SWL-reports will be answered 100%, of course if I have the reported QSO in my log, but I need all the QSO info, such as Worked with, time, date etc. Reporting me calling CQ / CQ DX will not be enough and will not be answered.
LUNDBY, a smaller town located in the southern part of the Isle of Zealand, about 12 km north of Vordingborg City and aprox. 88 km south-southwest of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.
Locator: JO55WC - IOTA: EU-029, Sjaelland Archipelago.
Elevation: About 13 meters above sea level.
Note: All my QSOs is transmitted and received with my transceiver and antenna, guaranteed.
I do NOT cheat by using WebSDR or similar.