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Born 1961. Licenced 2010.

Active on HF only CW.

I tried to learn the morse code as a teenager in the 70's but eventually gave it up.
2010 (35 years later!) I resumed to practice with my own developed iPhone app (see below) and finally got a license!

There is obviously no requirement on morse code skills today, but I still think CW is the most fun mode :)

I strongly encourage you to follow the DX Code of Conduct:http://dx-code.org
Our fantastic hobby will be much more funsmiley

I use fairly simple equipment:

  • Elecraft K3, 100 W, 400Hz and 250Hz 8-pole CW filter, KRX3 sub receiver
  • Elecraft KX3, 10 W (for portable use and in my summer house)
  • Home made multiband (10, 15, 20, 30, 40 & 80m) off-center fed dipole
  • Begali Sculpture & Begali Adventure CW paddles
  • MacBook Pro with MacLoggerDX and N1MM logger (using VMWare Fusion)
  • No microphone ;-)


I have developed two CW practice apps for iPhone®/iPad® called CWSpeed and CWText.




There is also a free version to try!




In the summer I like to spend time at my summer QTH in Halmstad(about 150 km south of Gothenburg, Grid Square Locator: JO66jp).
I then use the callsignSD6T/6.

The rig is an Elecraft KX3 with 10W output and the antenna is a vertical hidden in a flagpolewith 8 radials (7 m long) buried 20 cm in the ground.



Sometimes I run portable with my Elecraft KX3 and an 80/40m off-center fed dipole (see below).
SWR is about 1.1:1 on 7.024 kHz and 1.3:1 on 3.544 kHz when about 4 m off the ground.

I enjoy activating Flora & Fauna areas in Sweden.



And here you can see one of my "outdoor shacks"

73, hope to see you on the bands!


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