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Hello My name is Thomas and I live in Lidkoping, located 120km north-east Gothenburg.And Lidkoping is on the south side of Lake Vaenern the largest freshwater lake in Western Europe and I have only 3 km up to the lake.
I've had my radio license since September 1979.
And I have been active on radio satellites AO-10 and AO-13 from 1984 to 1995 and got together 160dxcc countries.
And today, I drive no shortwave anymore, but I found most of my radio time on the D-star , which I think is a wonderful technology that arrived in amateur radio.The best thing that happened in amateur radio for many years.

Today I like to use only the Dstar, which I think is an absolutely wonderful way to exercise my radio hobby.
And for the most part, there I at one of the reflectorer around the world to run a QSO.

And I've met many nice and helpful amateurs who like to help when problems arise.

And there have been many contacts with amateur radio operators in the United States and Australia, Europe and South America, as well as with many operators away as Japan.

For the moment is my stuff.
My Red Little DVAP on 144Mhz that I use a lot and it is connected to a Raspberry Pi, which works great.
And I hope I will expand with a DVMEGA Dual Band also because my DVRPTR V1 is broken.

And the radio that I use is my ID880H and ID31.
and I hope to expand with an ID51 also later in the spring.

And I have also begun to look at Yaesu Fusion also. Yaesu new digital system also seems very interestin

And the cards as you can see, both from Lidkoping my hometown and some radio stuff that have been and are.


Please visit my website sm6kut.n.nu     Like to get many hits on it. And trying to update it with both cards and radio info as often as I can, and write a few lines in the guestbook too.

Thank you for looking at my page here on QRZ and I hope for a QSO soon.
Best 73de SM6KUT Thomas (Tom) Lidkoping Sweden.





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This is our old Town Hall which was originally a hunting lodge, which was on an island out in the lake Vänern. As one of our ancient kings built. And that was moved here to the center of Lidköping. Which is built on the 1600s.













































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