More detailed information on each activity, will be found further down the website.
2019-03-16 - 2019-03-17
Guest Operators SM2YLM/Maria and SM2AWO/Mats
Board Meeting via Skype
2019-03-26 -- 2019-04-01
Guest Operators DD2CW/Jef, ON3UN/Dirk, ON6LY/Francis and HS1NIV/Nida
Meet us at the Ham Radio Exhibition in Eskilstuna
Annual Meeting at SI9AM
Open House at SI9AM - King Chulalongkorn Day
2019-10-12 -- 2019-10-13
SAC SSB - A Contest Team will operate
This time they will work Russian DX Contest.
Please listen for SI9AM and answer their CQ Contest.
We wish them Good Luck!
Welcome back again!
Guest operators DD2CW/Jef and ON3UN/Dirk (earlier ONL741) are coming back to SI9AM again. For the first time we also welcome ON6LY/Francis (OP4A).
During their visit at SI9AM they will work CQ WPX SSB at March 30 - 31.
During the contest HS1NIV/Nida will join the the team. This is the first time HS1NIV/Nida is visiting SI9AM.
Please listen and give them a call.
We wish Jef, Dirk, Francis and Nida -
Good Luck in the contest and hope they will have many fine radio contacts with hams around the world.
First place in Sweden 2018 in World Wide WPX Contest Single Op Assisted High Power 40 Meters.
First place in Sweden 2017 in World Wide WPX Contest Sinleg Op Assisted High Power 40 Meters.
Please visit our table on the exhibition.
Welcome to SI9AM Annual meeting.
Day: Saturday April 27, 2019
Time: 09.30 Local Time
Place: Holmstagården, Utanede
After the annual meeting we will have some kind of demonstration.
Please let us know if you are coming so we can plan for food and drinks.
Open House at SI9AM
We have Open House at SI9AM between 10:00 to 17:00 Local Time.
We will show the radio equipment and you can also run some QSOn with the special callsign SI9AM.
Welcome to SI9AM, the Visitor´s Amateur Radio Station in Sweden.
On July 19, 1897, King Chulalongkorn of Siam (present-day Thailand) visited Sweden and Ragunda municipality. He had got an invitation from the Swedish/Norwegian King Oscar II to the International Art and Industry Fair in Stockholm and he accepted.
King Oscar II knew that king Chulalongkorn of Siam was interested to see the Swedish sawmill industry, he chose the middle part of northern Sweden. There was beautiful scenery with bright summer nights and impressive waterfalls. King Chulalongkorn was also interested in the modern Swedish traffic, both on water and on land.
In the middle of 1992, a Thai folk-dancing troupe vis
ited Ragunda, and they heard about the road that had been named after their king. They visited the location and were quite fascinated. In 1993, an association was formed, Föreningen Chulalongkorns Minne (FCM) which took the first steps on the project. Ragunda municipality took the initiative and in 1994, a committee was formed to ensure the progress of the work. This committee consisted of representatives of Swedish and Thai interests. The construction work started in 1997.
The construction costs amounted to about 7,000,000 SEK. This does not include 3,000,000 SEK worth of decorations, such as the gilded sceptre. The project has been financed through fund-raising and sponsorship in Thailand and Sweden. The decorations have been made by the present Thai king's own craftsmen, while the rest of the building has been projected and constructed by companies in Jämtland.
The floor-surface is 75 square metres. The internal height is 7 metres (23 ft.) and the entire building, including the sceptre, rises no less than 26 metres (85 ft.) into the air. A stone wall made of Jämtlandic limestone frames the magnificent white building (each stone weighs 20 kgs or 44 lbs.). Inside the pavilion is a bronze life-size statue of King Chulalongkorn. This is the only pavilion of its kind outside Thailand.
King Chulalongkorn Day
The memory of King Chulalongkorn´s visit July 19, 1897 in Utanede are celebrated each year with a ceremony at the statue of the King, inside the Thai Pavilion.
A Contest Team will operate from SI9AM.
CW: 1817, 3517, 7017, 10117, 14017, 18077, 21017, 24897 and 28017
SSB: 1840, 3760, 7060, 14210, 18160, 21310, 24960 and 28510
FM: 145.550 MHz