ad: SOTA-1
ad: L-HROutlet
ad: l-rl
ad: Subscribe
ad: l-assoc
ad: L-rfparts
ad: l-gcopper
OH2FQV Finland flag Finland

Login is required for additional detail.

QSL: Mainly via bureau, email me before sending direct

Email: Login required to view

Ham Member Lookups: 15794


I got my very first EME qso with I2FAK, May 13, 2016 11:22 UTC.

-----  Make a sked with me?  my;  callsign at gmail . com  -----

I find a new toy. Big Boy's toy. Yeah!  ISS - The Space Station.

I have entertain myself via its digipeater qso's. If you're reading this as you seen me on the ISS, please reply to ISS messages with: RR ( RogerRoger ), then signal (599 at the best) and if you have time to include your locator with it, it fullfill's satellite qso requirements. Call, raport and locator. SWL's are more than welcome. (eQSL)

If you're not keyboard operator, you can program your radio's key's sucha way, that it sends such confirmation message to other station by pressing the key. AMSAT has given a wish NOT to operate ISS BBS, as it is not in use anymore and beside that hogs everyones air time. If you dont know how to get on the air, I can guide you on to that.


Since January 16'th 2012, I been quite active on satellites, as they are nice challenge with normal working.

My first satellite qso was surprisingly with OH5LK.

I had first qso with ISS ( PI9ISS ) at April 22 2012 with Mr. Andre Kuipers
Second qso with ISS / Mr. Kuipers was at May 3'rd 2012

At February 21'st 2013, I had qso with K4FEG on AO-07 (mode-b) satellite and we made apparently world's second longest qso via it. 7853 km.

Extra long qso was repeated at May 15'th 2013 with K4FEG. To proof that the first qso wasnt about of pure luck, we tried hard for second qso and made it. So - having difficult qsos, theres a need of some luck but needs lots of work as well.

At March 14'th 2013, I got my 1000'th satellite qso ( With RA1AKR )

I got my very first qso to Alaska, at May 13, with KL7R via FO-29.

If you wish to have a try for such satellite qso, please send email to me and we see what we can do for it! You find my email above my biography tab on this page. I seem to have good setup for long path qso's.

After the 6m band opens, I very likely will be found from there at SSB area of the band. Give a call, and I'll be there with you.

After years wait at July 4'th 2014, I manage to have my all times first Japanese qso; JA4DND, 50.130Mhz.

Domo Arigato Hiromi san.

I was gently forced to install monoband dipole at the beginning of December 2014. My first HF qso was Dec. 6 2014 with FG4NN.

This building where I live is having got new roof and renovation works force me to remove my antennas at February 14'th 2015. Works was said to take 110 days - of course working days, and works are expected to be done at the end of August! Now typing this the date is November 4'th and I'm anxiously waiting new antenna tower.

(Tower finally arrive at Nov. 28'th and we got it installed. But then start very rough time, with technical issues.)

Dec. 31'st was the day, when systems start working and first satellite qsos were operated.

Talks about" Radio blackout's" may not mean just this.. But if you look this, as you havent heard me on satellites or other bands - This is the reason.


Email works with me. my callsign @ gmail . com


Award #8, of working 73 unique stations via AO-73 satellite, after September 1'st 2014. Courtecy of N8HM


Propably first amateur satellite what orbit the Moon and return from there. Dedicated to Professor Manfred Fuchs.


Finnish Communications Regiment Award. Regiment seaced at Dec. 2014

Communicatons Regiment Award #8


Free counters!

Free counters!

7312049 Last modified: 2016-05-14 09:18:24, 4827 bytes

Login Required

Login is required for additional detail.

You must be logged in to file a report on this page

Please login now...

QRZ Logbook Summary for - OH2FQV
Latest Contacts for OH2FQV at QRZ.com
dedateband mode grid Country op
PY2WRO 2017-04-29 20m JT65 GG67 Brazil WAGNER ROCHA
FG5BZ 2017-04-29 20m JT65 FK96 Guadeloupe Bruno BICHARA
F1SNB 2017-04-29 20m JT65 JN33 France Patrick AUZEAU
IW0DGJ 2017-04-29 20m JT65 JN61 Italy Antonio CIANI PASSERI
IU8BCF 2017-04-29 20m JT65 JM89 Italy Francesco Rendace
LA8FGA 2017-04-29 20m JT9 JP20 Norway Rune Endresen
N0JR 2017-04-29 20m JT9 EN32 United States JAN C ROBBINS
DL2BQV 2017-04-29 20m JT9 JO73 Germany Horst Wenger
JA1PJS 2017-04-29 20m JT9 PM95 Japan Hideo Nakamura (Hide)
IW2DQE 2017-04-29 20m JT9 JN45 Italy GIANCARLO MANGANI
OE1RPW 2017-04-29 20m JT9 JN88 Austria Peter Roditsch
DJ2PW 2017-04-29 20m JT9 JN39 Germany MICHAEL WEICHERT
UA9CJM 2017-04-29 20m JT9 MO09 Asiatic Russia Viktor Kondrat'ev
UT7IS 2017-04-29 20m JT9 KN98 Ukraine Max Burmakin
R3TGW 2017-04-29 20m JT9 LO26 Russia

Book Totals: 8252 qso's   1024 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

World Continents Award#16850
Granted: 2017-03-04 21:40:02   (OH2FQV)

  • 20 Meters Digital
  • 20 Meters Mixed
Grid Squared Award#2161
Granted: 2015-02-12 20:45:34   (OH2FQV)

  • 20 Meters Mixed
  • 6 Meters Mixed
ad: giga-db
Copyright © 2017 by QRZ.COM
Sun Apr 30 01:25:38 2017 UTC
CPU: 0.050 sec 77421 bytes mp