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Dedicated to the memory of Jean 5T0JL (SK Aug 8, 2017)


Thanks for all QSOs as R3/SM6LRR and RA/SM6LRR!

Now looking forward to meeting you with a little shorter and easier call.

See you in contests and on the bands in general!

For information about my activity as RM2D/0 from Chukotka (CK-07), please press this link https://www.qrz.com/db/RM2D/0

Updated QSL policy:  All contacts uploaded to LOTW regularly.

After 35 years of activity, I do not praise casual paper cards exchange via Buro any more.


However I do appreciate that other hams like paper cards, so would always be glad to reply to your DIRECT cards.

Direct QSLs against SAE + min 1EUR/1USD or new IRC

Those who have sent Clublog requests until June 14th, 2015, will eventually receive cards back via bureau.

(I do not collect QSLs myself so LOTW is perfect for me. All my DXCC, WAS and WPX award hunting only via LOTW).

A few hundred contacts worked with W1/SM6LRR and W1/RM2D during WRTC 2014 event are now uploaded into LOTW. No paper QSLs will be printed for this activity.

A few hundred contacts worked with VK4/SM6LRR and VK4/RM2D during SAC SSB 2014 and Oceania DX Contest CW 2014 are now uploaded into LOTW. No paper QSLs will be printed for this activity.

CWops # 1820, HSC # 1099, AGCW # 3906, SMHSC # 240, SKCC # 17201, Club Arktika AC-346

I have some technical issues with QRZ.COM logbook and do not use this feature - Sorry!

73 de Mats

RM2D @ 4U70UN (70th Anniversary of United Nations, UN New York, Oct 24th-25th, 2015)


New antenna for 10, 12, 15, 17 and 20 meters.  Hexbeam (SP7IDX type), installed on 7 meter portable alu-mast. Plan is to eventually mount it higher, but will first try the antenna in Vietnam (XV2D during CQWW CW 2015).



The recently installed R-409 ex Russian Army mast (19 meters high) now supporting the Hexbeam.



Fullsize 1/4-wave vertical for 80 meters and same for 15 meters (attached

to one of the guy ropes. 3000 m + radial system (also resonant on 17m

and 12 meters.

Quarter-wave vertical for 40 meters with 2 elevated resonant radials



Mats @ RL3A in 2008


Equipment at RM2D (since 2015)

TRCVR #1: Kenwood TS 590 S

TRCVR # 2: Yaesu 817 (QRP),  not shown on picture.

Amplifier: SPE Expert 1.3 K-FA, 1 kW


After 35 years of not using a straight key (pump), I was inspired by nice SKCC guys in Dayton this year. I decided to try to find my old Swedish key from 1979/1980 and remove the dust that has been collecting during all those years. I applied for membership in SKCC  http://www.skccgroup.com/ and quickly received my membership number # 17201. Since 1 month, you can now find me often around 14051-14053 working other users of pumps, bugs or cooties (sideswipers). Try it out! Great experience.

My next exciting project is to order a vertical bug from Vizkey  http://vizkey.com/   Looking forward to finally getting acquainted with the art of bug keying! Long live CW and let it be without decoders and other funny inventions, that has nothing to do with the original language Morse Code! CW is ONLY real when the magic human ear and brain is the "decoder"!




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