Kenneth Opskar, LA7GIA will be active from Comoros 14 – 23 September 2015 as D67GIA not D67A as announced earlier.
He will operate on 40 – 10m CW, SSB, RTTY.
QSL via home call
“I got into amateur radio in 1991 during my university studies inTrondheim, Norway. I was active in the club LA1K between 1991-1995, also asa QSL manager.I got my B-licence LB9TD in may 1992, and advanced to A-licence LA7GIA in desember 1992.
I moved to Oslo in 1996 after I had completed my studies.In 2003-2005 I had a QTH at Skeikampen close to Lillehammer. In 2006 I had a temporary QTH atJevnaker, 60 km north of Oslo. From late 2006 I got my recent QTH inNittedal overlooking the capitalOslo. QTH is just halfway between Oslo city center and the international airpot.I enjoy CW DXing and mostly operate on the 40-10m CW bands.”
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