There is a cottage located close to the border. The cottage (called "grensstua") contains an amateurradio station. Licensed radio amateurs may transport the idea of Morokulien to the world on the short wave bands. For that, the amateurradio station is assigned two special call signs: SJ9WL as Swedish call, and LG5LG as Norwegian call.
|The Grensstua cottage with amateurradio||Antenna tower with TH6DX beam|
By choice of the call sign the operator decides about which law applies: the Swedish law or the Norwegian law. According to the Swedish law as a side note operation is not allowed on the 6m band. The cottage has
The living room (click for larger images)
The shack (click for larger images)
The cottage is maintained by the Swedish-Norwegian club ARIM (Amateurradio in Morokulien). The proceeds from renting out the cottage are used to support handicapped people in both countries to attain their amateur radio licence.
For interested radio amateurs: Hints on renting and operating the cottage.
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 "Morokulien im Winter erlebt", Report by Klaus E. Sörgel (DL2DVL) in "Funkamateur" 08/2004, page 862 - 863,
Created: Sep 09, 2005 Last change: Sep
28, 2005 DL6BZ