Hi, welcome to my blog !

My name is Jerzy and thanks for dropping in. I am very glad you are surfing around here so I would like to take this opportunity and present myself. I have been a radio amateur since 1969. My first SWL signature was SP8-1871 and a short time after I got SP8DXL. After 1976 I used SP2DXL and since 1988 I am LA4YGA. From 2004 I am also as SP4DXL when visited Poland. My QTH is Kristiansand, in the south part of Norway, WW locator is JO48be. My favorite subjects in HAM radio are VHF/UHF propagation and construction of RF equipment.

Standings

Standings

Worked DXCC entities and squares

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VP8PJ new DXCC Entity in log

Worked CW and FT8 mode on 17 m First QSO in the log: 22 Feb 2020 23:56 UTCLast QSO in the log: 06 Mar 2020 01:00 UTC Enter your callsign:        Search Log Log Search result for LA4YGA MODE/BAND 160 m 80 m 60 m 40 m 30 m 20 m 17 m 15 m 12 m 10 […]

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Second part of ES – 9H1TX in log

Later afternoon sporadic E was back. 9H1TX was on screen, called him and QSO was done very fast. He was on my screen many minut after with very fine signal. This is my new DXCC entity #39 and a new square #192, QRB=2526 km. Many thanks David for an amaizing contact.

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KO20 in log

Finally a very rare squear in log on 4 m. Team of EM44T on the way to home (DL) from Ukrain stopped in KO20bu for a rest. DG0LFF Henrik was active on 4 m band and did a few QSO’s. With a very low sporadic meteor rate it was not easy to get a QSO. […]

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QRV on 4m

From today I’m back on 4m after a long time away from this band. Station as before: IC7100 + Power Amp (up to 200 watts) and 5 elements yagi antenna, located about 10 m over ground, 52 m a.s.l.

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LA5VHF beacon relocated

Today moved LA5VHF beacon to a new location JO38rb. QTH Mandal,Haugen…about 150 m a.s.l. Days before I did maintanance of the hardware, especially antenna. Now running 10 watts to GP antenna, F1A mode on 70.065 MHz. Thanks to LB2S Tore for helping.

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