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I got my license 1977 when i was 14 years old. Worked my first QSO on 80Mtr CW 2Watts home made transmitter.

Mostly I like to work CW on my favorite band 30m. For me it some special feeling with CW, like a drog, SSB? - yes that happend some time. I often use station with low TX power, but not QRP about 20-100 Watts. In the summertime I was QRV on my portable station, in a old fishing shed, on CW of course. In Loc: JO97BF. I'ts a very nice place few meters from sea and the best off all, no electricty that gives no QRM/QRN. I'm use battery and solar panels - that's give a fantastic feeling of independently.

I like both pile up and ragshew QSO:s, course from both sides.

I'm also member of ARRL, SSA, (Swedish Radio Amateurs), GRK (Gotland Radio club), SOCWA (Scandinavian Open CW Activity) and SCAG (Scandinavian CW Activity Group).

Hope to meet you on any Band.

73 de Anders (Andy)



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