Danish Lighthouse Amateur Radio Station

Photos

 

Photos from the ILLW activity, August 20-21, 2016.
Verner // OZ9XU rigging antenna support rope on the top of the lighthouse.

 

 

Photo: Peter // OZ1LBG

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Verner // OZ9XU rigging antenna support rope on the top of the lighthouse.

Photo: Peter // OZ1LBG

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Our computer with Power Point slideshow about our activity. On the wall an enlarged copy of our QSL card.
Photo: John // OZ4FZ.
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John // OZ4FZ at the radio (Drake TR7).

 

 

Photo: Peter // OZ1LBG.

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 Vagn // OZ1OXQ at the radio.

 

 

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ.

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 Vagn // OZ1OXQ and John // OZ4FZ.

 

 

Photo: Curtesy of Bornholms Tidende.

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 Vagn // OZ1OXQ and John // OZ4FZ.

 

 

Photo: Curtesy of Bornholms Tidende.

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Our computer with Power Point slideshow about our activity.

 

 

Photo: Peter // OZ1LBG.

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Photos from the ILLW activity, August 15-16, 2015. 
 Our advertising sign.

 

 

Photo: Curtesy of Bornholmertårnet.dk

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Operations room and operators.

From left, OZ1LBG, OZ4FZ and OZ1OXQ.

The room is located in the former lighthouse keepers residence.

 

Photo: Curtesy of Bornholmertårnet.dk

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The Lighthouse with our antennas.

Dipole cut to 80 m band and a Longwire.

The Lighthouse “Dueodde Old Northern” has ILLW # DK0030.

 

Photo: Curtesy of Bornholmertårnet.dk

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Bornholm Island Regional Flag.

 

Actually, there are 2 flags of Bornholm Island, the displayed and one without the white border.

It look like this:

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Both flags are unofficial.

Drawing and animation by OZ9XU

Drawing and animation by OZ9XU – Copyright ©

OZ1OXQ/Vagn testing the rig, while OZ1LBG/Peter (standing) is looking.

 

 

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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OZ1OXQ in QSO.

 

 

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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Antenna feeder out of the window.

 

 

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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Feeder arrangement.

 

 

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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The Lighthouse (gray) and the former Lighthouse keepers residence.

The higher white tower is the former military radio tower.

You can visit the tower (70 meters high) by use of the lift or use the 405 steps in the staircase.

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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The Lighthouse was built in 1879 and here you can see the former monach’s monogram.

(King Christian IX, reign 1863 – 1906).

 

Photo: John // OZ4FZ

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