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LB6BG Norway flag Norway

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I am member of the Norwegian Radio Club NRRL, but I don't make use of the QSL-service any longer.

Paper QSL only direct. Green stamps are not necessary.
Your self-addressed envelope makes things go easier and faster laugh




My antenna for 160 m to 6 m :

Not the ultimate solution, but this antenna is accepted by my xyl, my neighbours and the local authorities.
During dangerous statics from snow / rain, I use an indoor 2 x 7 m doublet that works well from 60 to 6 m.
More info about my indoor setup.

My equipment:

Home:  FT-450  with tuner ATR-30, ACOM 1010    

Portable:  FT-857D with MFJ-16010 longwire tuner (and 4:1 balun)

My QTH, view towards the west. In the background the North Sea.


My dog "Xara" in my shack:

 Xara is an active little cairn terrier . She is in love with everybody, and demands a lot of tenderness.
Since she was a puppy, she likes to hear CW from the loudspeaker. It cools her down and makes her sleepy.



In the 80's I was very active from an oil rig in the middle of the North Sea

I worked as Safety & Security Superintendent for Phillips Petroleum Company on the Ekofisk Oil Field.
We had 100 watts on HF and 10 watts all mode on 144 MHz.
The antennas were slopers for HF, and 10 ele for VHF, all 60 m above sealevel.
We had an outstanding signal, especially on DX on 80 and 2 m in SSB.


Before we moved to Norway, I was an officer in the German Navy, training cadets on the 3-mast-bark "Gorch Fock" .


I am now 73 years old and retired since 2013. I enjoy life with my xyl Else.

We have 4 children, 5 grandchildren and 2 grand-grand children, living in Stavanger.
They use to "book" rooms in our home at the countryside almost every weekend. I am the chef in our kitchen,
Else is responsible for beer, wine and liqueur


Some pictures from our district:


One of my QSLs shows the view from my village towards the east.

​The "Preikestolen", about 10 km southeast from my QTH


The Preikestolen from another view...


... and with different weather


The Lysefjord (1)
In the area up to the left, we use to walk our dog


The Lysefjord (2)
A small village at the end of the fjord. Popular base-jumping from the top at the right


This QSL shows a photo of the Northern Light

You may watch a video of the Northern Light here 

Thanks for visiting my page. All the best and cuagn.
Mick, LB6BG




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