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My LinkedIn profileMy Facebook profileI have been licenced as LA9NKA since august 2003. Before that I held the callsign LC3HAT from december 1995. In the period from 01.04.2014 to 31.12.2014 I was using the special callsign LI9NKA for the bicentennial of the norwegian constitution (1814-2014). (Visit this page for more information. Online log for LI9NKA).
My QTH is on Røttingen island, a small island in the west coast of Norway, just south of the city of Bergen.
Weather Underground PWS IHORDALA93
I am using the excellent software CQRLOG for my logbook, running under Ubuntu Linux.
This is my current equipment, as of september 2016:
  • Base station:
    • HF/6m trx: Icom IC-7400, mic: Icom SM-20 / HM-36
    • HF/6m/4m/2m/70cm trx: Icom IC-7100, mic: Icom HM-198, tuner: LDG IT-100
    • HF trx #2: Kenwood TS-430S, mic: Kenwood MC-42-S
    • HF/6m ant: Yagi 1-el 15m + 3-el 10m + 3-el 6m (open-sleeve), rotator: Yaesu G-450C
      (tunable for use also on 20m, 17m, and 12m)
    • HF ant #2: 80m. full size wire loop (horisontal).
      (tunable for use on all bands, 80m to 4m)
    • HF ant #3: 20m. vertical 1/4 λ alu-pipe with wire radials.
      VHF trx: Kenwood TM-251E, original mic.
    • VHF/UHF ant: Diamond X-300, vertical for 2m/70cm
    • PSU: Zetagi mod. 1240S
  • Mobile station:
    • VHF/UHF trx: Icom ID-E880 (d-star)
    • VHF/UHF ant: NR-77B, rail mount K-515, MC-3MB cable.
  • Portable station:
    • VHF trx: Icom IC-T2H
    • VHF/UHF trx: TYT TH-UVF9


My current QSL card:
My setup in the "shack", from the left, the Icom IC-7100 and IC-7400, the Zetagi 1240 psu 
with the MFJ-948 tuner on top, the Heathkit SB-1000 PA, and the SM-20 mic on the desk.
On the far left is the modified controller for the Yaesu G-450C antenne rotator, and on top
of the transceivers are the swr/pwr meters, the Nissei RX-403 and Watson W-220.
My current base station antenna, a homemade combined 15m, 10m, and 6m Yagi beam ("open sleeve" principle, based on DK7ZB design), with a Diamond X-300 2m/70cm vertical on top:
My mobile station setup, an Icom ID-E880 d-star capable vhf/uhf radio, mounted "hidden" in a box in the
rear compartment, with only the control-head and microphone visible at the front seats:

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