Amateur radio OH6CS

Licenced since 1980 with main interest in HF-contesting.

 





 

 


OH6AC, Lapua Radio Club  HF-station 
Yaesu FT-950 and Elecraft K3 transceivers, 
Frontier SB-4000S 3 x 3-500ZG 
linear amplifier, Yaesu G-1000C and 
G-2800DXC antenna rotators, 2 x WX0B Stack Match.
WinTest logging software.

OI2HQ/OH2HQ SRAL HQ IARU HF World 
Championship 15m stations have been located 
at OH6AC several times.

21 MHz 4-element "AC-Special" with 
7m boom @ 55m tower, about 175m above
the surrounding area on the Mount Simpsiö.

Some contest results by OH6CS:
2014 EA8AH CQ WW CW SOSB/A 14 MHZ HP #1 in World, World Record
2012 EA8CUU CQ WW CW SOSB 14 MHZ HP #1 in World
2011 EF8HQ
IARU HQ Multi/Multi in Gran Canaria, representing URE, Radioaficionados Espaņoles
(28 MHz CW-operator).  World Record






All-mode all band QSO-distribution: EU 65 %, NA 28 %, AS 4 %, AF 2 %, SA 1 %, OC 1 %

2010 EA8CUU  CQ WW CW 2010 SOSB 14 MHz HP #2 in World
2009 EA8/OH6CS CQ WPX SSB SOSB 21 MHz SSB assisted, #1 in World
2008 EF8U  IARU HQ Multi/Multi in Gran Canaria, representing URE, Radioaficionados Espaņoles
(14 MHz CW-operator) #1 in World

 

2008 OH6AC Russian DX Contest SOSB 3,5 MHz, OH Record
2006 OH6AC CQ WW 2006 SOSB 14 MHz CW HP, #3 in Europe
2003 OH6AC CQ WW 2003 SOSB 21 MHz CW HP, (Q 2182 / M 170) 850.510 p.  #1 in Europe, OH Record
OH6AC CQ WW 2003 CW LOG-FILE (TXT)
2002 OH6AC CQ WW 2002 SOSB 21 MHz CW HP, #1 in Europe
2002 OH6AC Scandinavian Activity Contest SOSB 21 MHz CW, Scandinavian Record

2002 OH6AC ARRL International DX-Contest SOSB 21 MHz CW, #3 in World,
current OH-record (Q 1521 / M 60) 273.780 p. 

2002 OH6AC ARRL International DX-Contest SOSB 21 MHz SSB, OH Record

1999 OH6AC CQ WW 1999 SOSB 21 MHz CW assisted, #9 in World

1987 OF6AC IARU Radiosport Championship  SOAB HP / Mixed, #9 in World
1981 OH6AM Scandinavian Activity Contest Multi/Multi SSB 1981 (7 MHz operator) #1 in Scandinavia
1980 OH6CS  CQWW 1980 QRP single band 21 MHz CW with 4 crystal frequencies  5617 p   #6 in World




 

ES8/OH6CS  
 Summer holiday radio operation from the 
Baltic Coast in Treimani, southwestern Estonia.
Travellerīs station consists of rugged Icom IC-7200 + 14 MHz 
seaside vertical made of telescoping fishing rod and copper wire. 




Lightweight, instant portable vertical antenna works very well from the seaside.



 



I made few QSOs from GB2SM in 1991 
(Science Museum in London)


 


Strong F2 propagation on 50 MHz brought some juicy 
DX in the logbook in November 2001


 


 


       Corporal in the Finnish Army Signal Corps.
Military radio operatorīs 1st class badge Finnish military radio operatorīs 1st class badge
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