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Ham Radio Op since 1978. Before that SWL:er using lots of different radios.
Built a lot of equipment for VHF,UHF,SHF in those days when the rigs where lousy for these bands.
Nowadays working only HF-bands. My favorite bands are 40 and 17 meters.

Working on getting more youth into our hobby trough publishing articles in the Swedish national ham-mag QTC.
Have a look into my homepage for radio related stuff where you also can download all my articles (in Swedish)


In the picture from Jan 21 2011 you can see my in the middle of all my stuff. I prefer to run QRP homebrew. But a Kenwood TS480 is there if a little bit more power is needed.

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