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LJ2T was the call sign of the Radio (Telegraphers) School [Radioskolen] of the Norwegian Army's Signal Corps from 1945 to 1982. The Signals Museum of the Norwegian Armed Forces [Modellkammer Joerstadmoen Sambandsmuseum] used this call sign from 19 to 28 June 2009, in connection with the International Museums Weekends, and again during the International Museum Weekends 18 - 20 & 25 - 27 June 2010; and 30 June to 3 July 2011; and 28 June to 1 July 2012; and 28 - 30 June 2013. The last operation was from 27 June to 29 June, 2014: all bands 160 m - 70 cm with CW, SSB, FM & digital modes, including 4 m (70 MHz; in 2013 and 2014 only on FM).

Please visit the museum, which is located near Lillehammer, Norway. The Station Manager is LA4LN. The QSL Manager is LA4LN [after the unfortunate death of the former QSL Manager LA5EAA].

Next planned operations from LJ2T: transition June - July 2016 on most bands and modes.
Wishes for skeds may be directed to LA4LN.

The picture above shows the 2 x 5 element Yagi antennas for 4 meters (70 MHz) between the 2 x 5 element Yagi antennas for 6 meters (50 MHz) used from LJ2T during the last weekend of June 2010.

One of our operation sites was from inside an old Dodge ambulance converted to a signals vehicle after the World War 2 in 1945.

Here is LA4LN operating LJ2T from inside the Dodge.

Here a picture of our HF + VHF station at LJ2T. This was the first known operation on 4 m (70 MHz) from the QTH locator square JP51, creating quite some interest among VHF DXers. In spite of low meteor activity at the time, some European radio amateurs were able to log LJ2T on 4 m using JT6M-mode via meteor scatter. The unlucky, who didn't make it this time, may try again next year, when LJ2T will come back on the air.

Here a picture of LA5EAA (front) and LA4TT (behind) operating on CW on HF from LJ2T.

See more pictures from our operation in 2009 here - and from our operation in 2010 here - and from our operation in 2011 here- and from our operation in 2012 here: http://www.sbsf.no/stevne12.htm - and from our operation in 2013 here: http://www.sbsf.no/stevne13.htm.

 

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