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LI6CF

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from January 1st to December 31st 2014
Norwegian DX-radio amateur [ham]station
Address for QSL - see bottom of page

LA6CF since 1956 (may be its time to apply for OTC?)


To celebrate the 200TH anniversary for the Norwegian Constitution,
norwegian radioamateurs with LA-calls are granted to use
the prefix LI (Lima India), while LB-calls may use LJ (Lima Juliett).


NRRL (The Norwegian Radio Amateur League will introduce a special award
for contacts with LI and LJ stations
and ordinary LA stations within the same periode.
Rules for the diploma click here.

LA6CF intend to be operating within this periode on CW and SSB, all bands
as LI6CF.


QSL address:
LA6CF, Jorgen S Aabech, Omtvedtvegen 75, N-3830 Ulefoss, Norway


QSL will be sent through E-QSL and LOTW
OR you may request a QSL card sent by e-mail for you to print it out by yourself,
OR you may send your card via buro, and my card will then go same way back to you.

 

 

January 7th: After having spent 13 hours on the air on January 3rd and 4th,
Worked some 675 QSO during those 13 hours, and in 58 different countries.
Not many DX, except for EA8, PY, VK3, VE3, HS0 and EU.
Thats WAC in 13 hours. Conditions were really poor. Had lots of fun.

So I went for a 2 months stay here:
http://www.vulkaner.no/t/lanza/lanza2014.html is the answer to that question.

March 4th, Yes, I'm back on air. Now over 2900 qso in 2014. (17 days)
Mainly calling CQ but few other countries came in my way, so now passed 135 DXCC
(9J2, 9XO, FK8, KH2, OA, OY, P29, PJ6, UK9, VP8, ZD8 and on 40m: DU1)

Was eagerly looking forward to the WPX SSB test at the end of March, but few days
before ended up in bed with an influenza, and no voice for the SSB-test.
(Made only 66 qso....) That was that.

Kept up activity for the rest of the year, except for another month away from mid Nov to mid December.


DXCC
As per Nov. 8th, 2014


From Jan.1st, 2014 to December 31st, 2014:  nearly 12,000 qso on following bands:

Band
6
10
12
15
17
20
30
40
80
QSO
215
1957
888
2832
2027
2163
798
800
235
DXCC
33
157
128
143
113
113
74
76
41
Zones
6
38
37
37
35
34
24
24
6
of these 1.168 are with JA stations, 950 with K and W stations, 2,750+ with UA stations (Eu + Asia)


 

A "NORGE 1814" - diploma will be issued by NRRL.
1. Sponsor
The award is issued by the Norwegian Radio Relay League to commemorate the bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution in 2014.

2. Requirements for applicants, contacts and listening reports

Any licensed amateur radio operator or SWL worldwide can apply for this award. In order to qualify it is required that:

a. Applicants from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Åland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands contact or hear (SWL) at least 112 different Norwegian amateur radio stations (LA-LN), of which at least 56 operates with the special prefix LI or LJ.

b. Applicants from other European countries contact or hear (SWL) at least 56 different Norwegian amateur radio stations (LA-LN), of which at least 28 operates with the special prefix LI or LJ.

c. Applicants from outside Europe (DX) contact or hear (SWL) at least 28 different Norwegian amateur radio stations (LA-LN), of which at least 14 operates with the special prefix LI or LJ.

d. All contacts and listening reports must be made in the period 1 January 2014 at 0000 UTC - 31 December 2014 2400 UTC.

3. Special event station LM1814

Contact with the special event station LM1814 counts as 10 LI / LJ stations.
Only one - 1 - contact with LM1814 can be included in the application.

4. Modes and frequencies

All valid modes and frequencies for amateur radio can be used; including frequencies above 30 MHz.
Cross band, repeater or satellite contacts can not be included in the application.

5. Endorsements

The following endorsements can be achieved:
a. Number of different Norwegian stations: 200, 500 and 1000.
b. Band. The same stations may be worked on several bands, but each contact counts for only ONE band.
c. Mode (CW, SSB and digimode). The same stations may be worked on several modes, but each contact counts for only ONE mode.
d. QRP (maximum 5 W transmitter power).

All contacts must be made on the actual band, mode or with QRP to get the endorsement. Each applicant may apply for several awards with different endorsements, but each contact or report (SWL) can only be used for one award and endorsement. For each award and endorsement the full award fee should be paid.

6. Application

Applications must be postmarked by 1 February 2015. QSL cards are not required. The application should include a log extract (date, time, callsign, band, mode and report sent and received) and the award fee of NOK 50,-, USD 10 or 8 IRC (recent and valid) and directed to:

HF Awards Manager
Norwegian Radio Relay League
Postboks 20 Haugenstua
N-0915 OSLO

NORGE 1814 AWARD

The Bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution 2014
The Norge 1814 (Norway 1814) award is established to commemorate the bicentenary of the Norwegian Constitution in 2014.

In 2014 it is 200 years since the Norwegian Constitution was signed at Eidsvoll. The Norwegian Constitution of 17th May 1814 holds a special place in Norwegian history. Not only was it the foundation for democratic development, it was also instrumental in providing Norway with status as an independent country.

The 112 men in the Constituent Assembly produced one of the most liberal constitutions in the world at the time. The Norwegian consitution was crafted around three principles: separation of powers, the safeguarding of civil rights and parliamentarianism.

NORWEGIAN RADIO RELAY LEAGUE

NORWEGIAN SECTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR RADIO UNION



I
support the "DX Code Of Conduct"
http://www.dx-code.org/english.html (more languages there)

•I will listen, and listen, and then listen again before calling.
•I will only call if I can copy the DX station properly.
•I will not trust the DX cluster and will be sure of the DX station's call sign before calling.
•I will not interfere with the DX station nor anyone calling and will never tune up on the
DX frequency or in the QSX slot.
•I will wait for the DX station to end a contact before I call.
•I will always send my full call sign.
•I will call and then listen for a reasonable interval. I will not call continuously.
•I will not transmit when the DX operator calls another call sign, not mine.
•I will not transmit when the DX operator queries a call sign not like mine.
•I will not transmit when the DX station requests geographic areas other than mine.
•When the DX operator calls me, I will not repeat my call sign unless I think he has copied it incorrectly.
•I will be thankful if and when I do make a contact.
•I will respect my fellow hams and conduct myself so as to earn their respect.

If you also do - Thank you all

(Nobody is perfect . neither am I.....)



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