This year Oslo Group of NRRL cooperated with the Norwegian Maritime Museum and Norwegian Radio Historical Association. Because we did use the Norwegian Maritime Museum’s area at Bygdøynes we chose a more public-oriented Field Day than we’ve had arranged in recent years.
The purpose of the Radio Day’s Field Day is to promote recruitment of new radio amateurs and to strengthen the cooperation between Norwegian radio amateurs. This year, the Oslo group had its Field Day at Bygdøy Sjøbad.
This second week in May it was Wednesday already on Tuesday. The member’s meeting was moved one day forward to visit the Norwegian Technical Museum. 11 radio amateurs met in the nice weather to attend a guided tour of the museum.
The radio amateurs Field Day aims to promote recruitment of new radio amateurs and strengthen cooperation between Norwegian radio amateurs. A Field Day also provides training in portable operations regardless of power supply from the public power grid and permanent antennas.