I’m QRV on HF (80-6 m) most mornings and primarily on CW. The rig is Yaesu FT-2000, Palstar AT2K tuner and a Acom 1000 PA. Antennas are a windom at 12 meter and a Cushcraft R-8 at 10 m. I confirm all QSOs on LoTW. Paper QSLs on request.
The NORWAY 1814 Award period is over, and the application date is expired. 20 diplomas was issued. Thanks to LM1814 and it’s operators from LA2G group station that worked 11 609 QSOs. LM1814 counted 10 points and made this award possible for many stations.
During all of the year 2014, Norwegian LA stations may use the
LI (Lima India) prefix, and LB stations may use the LJ (Lima Juliett)
prefix, as part of the celebration of 200 years since the Norwegian
Constitution which was approved on 17 May 1814. QSL will be via the
respective LA and LB permanent calls. The special prefixes may only be
used from the Norwegian mainland. There will also be a special station
active with the callsign: LM1814 (QSL via LA2G). The Norwegian Radio
Relay League (NRRL) plans to offer a special award for contacts with
the jubilee stations with LI and LJ prefixes plus the special station