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 February 05, 2010 -- February 06, 2010


SI9AM celebrates its 10th anniversary and throughout the year the station will be activated at least once a month. This weekend SM3BQC/Arne, SM3EAE/Lars, SM3CER/Janne and SM3FJF/Jörgen went to Utanede, and already on Friday evening, February 5, at 18.00 local time, you could hear SI9AM in the air.

During the weekend they worked about 600 QSO. Unfortunately it was very poor condition and therefore they could spend some time to do some maintenance on radio equipment. SM3EAE/Lars also took the opportunity to check the antennas in the antenna mast. There was a lot of snow so it wasn’t so easy to get to the antenna.

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SI9AM QTH on Holmstagården.

SM3BQC/Arne had baked a cake that tasted quite excellent. Here it is SM3EAE/Lars (left) who are eating.

SM3EAE/Lars is out in the darkness to check the antennas.

The Antenna in daylight. Why does not the 160 meter antenna work?

This shows why it is not possible to run the radio on 160 meters. The dipole antenna has been damage.

Well, says SM3EAE/Lars. We have to make some repairs when the snow has melted away.

The Thai pavilion in the winter.


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