I shall be at Kulomäki in Hyvinkää as even this is rather long journey for me (over 450 km roundtrip) and I am not going to go to Kirkkonummi or Espoo which both would otherwise be quite feasible QTH's for this Seabattle. I think Zero from Hyvinkää will come along, so (hopefully) Zero and I shall be activating the Kulomäki (artificial) hill. Our callisigns are OH2EKI and OH2JIN on 144 MHz VHF and ZERO or 56P77 respectively on PMR-446 UHF. In case Eki is able to attend we will have a second 144 MHz station as he probably takes his Yaesu VX-8E APRS walkie talkie along.
After the event we will try to reach some Estonian stations on both bands (145,500 MHz and PMR-446 ch8.00 respectively) as well as test the spx-repeaters Keri Saar 6.00, Tallinn 3.00 and Keila 5.00. This time we do not have any CB or 10 meter gears with us as there are constant S5 QRM levels due to some failed high voltage isolator.
I should like to point out that last time Eki and I tested the PMR-446 units at Kulomäki we most certainly heard Ambur calling stations in Helsinki metropolitan area. During the last Sea Battle event on February we heard someone calling "haloo, halloo" or "aloo, aloo" and the transmission most probably did not originated from Finnish soil.
Lugupidamisega, 73 ES GD DX
RAFAEL / 56P77 / OH2JIN