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SA2BFO

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Andreas Modla

93593 Norsjö
Sweden, AC

EU
sweden
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Call data

Last update:2022-05-12 11:50:22
QTH:Bjurträsk
Continent:EU
Views:1552
Main prefix:SM
Class:1
Federal state:AC
Latitude:64.9734414
Longitude:19.7075844
Locator:JP94UX
DXCC Zone:284
ITU Zone:18
CQ Zone:14
Website:www.sa2bfo.com

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-12-15 19:40:44
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:More on www.sa2bfo.com

Biography

+++ Thank you for visiting my page here on QRZCQ.COM +++

NOTE: My secondary call sign is SE2S since 2016 !!!!

I lived in Germany until 2009 and was qrv from there with the callsigns Y47UL and DL2VIC!

I've been QRV from Northern Sweden since 06/2009.
I'm a member of SSA (Swedish Association of Radio Amateurs)

Currently I live in northern Sweden, about 150 km (93 miles) south of the Arctic Circle or about 700 km (435 miles) north of the capital of Sweden - Stockholm.

I have been involved with amateur radio since around 1980 !
At first only with radio and communications technology, later also as an active SWL and Radioamateur.

So much for me ...


The QSL Policy:

I confirm a QSO as follows ...

1. all QSOs are confirmed via LoTW
2. all QSOs are confirmed via QRZ.COM
3. as eQSL only via the HAMLOG cloud!
4. after receiving the QSL via bureau = 100% confirmation back!
5. direct QSL also ONLY with a SAE and 3 USD! The postage from Sweden for a QSL is from 2022/01/01 currently 26 SEK!

PLEASE CHECK YOUR QSO IN MY ONLINE LOGBOOK AND THE CURRENT INFORMATION ABOUT THE QSL EXCHANGE ON MY WEBSITE! https://www.sa2bfo.com

+++ More information and QSL-blacklist also on QRZ.COM! +++

Equipment

...
TRX: IC-7400 HF/VHF (100 watts) with a STATRON PS 13.8VDC/35Amp. duration 100%
SDR: RSPduo, dual-tuner 14-bit SDR receiver with T/R power switch and GPSDO
AMP: OM-Power OM2000plus (max. 1000 watts here in SM)
Micro: ICOM's desktop microphone, SM-50
Ant-switch: RemoteQTH.com, Band decoder II
Modem: microHAM USB-Interface II
Rotor: YAESU G-2800DXC
Morsekey: RFT MT50
Headphones: AKG K240 Studio professional

Accessories...
Computer: Fujitsu ESPRIMO D7011 with Intel I5-11500, Gen.11, 32GB 3200 DDR4 RAM and Samsung 980 PRO PCle 4.0 NVMe™ M.2 SSD 1TB
Printer: Brother QL-820NWB and HP LJ MFP M521DN for QSL card printing
Software: Ham Radio Deluxe v6.2 with Maria DB, WSJTx x64, SDR Console V3.1 and Windows 11PRO

Antenna...
Optibeam OB9-5 (20-10m)
HB9CV, Mod.CA-52HB (6m)
Bazooka DBZ80 (80m) - sporadic
Bazooka DBZ40 (40m)
Bazooka DBZ30 (30m)
Satellite dish 90cm / 35.43in for QO-100 (only RX!)

Details...
The Optibeam OB9-5 and HB9CV on Versatower (BP60) 18 meter (59ft) up ground!

The antenna for the 40m/30m band is a double bazooka that was hung up as a sloper!

More precisely...
the DBZ40 hangs on the Versatower in easterly direction and in westlery direction
about 7 meter (23ft) over ground and...

the DBZ30 also hangs on the Versatower in north direction and goes south,
about 8 meter (26ft) above ground.

The two antennas are at an angle of 90 degrees to each other. See photo below...


+++ Please look on my website for more information about the antennas, my station and about me! +++

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SA2BFO / A look at my antenna system
  

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