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Update Jan 19th 2014  All cards recieved have been sent back as recieved - Thank you

Thank you for the QSO and welcome to my page.

Aggies never lose, though they may run out of time.

Currently trying to complete Triple Play and carry on county chasing counties so all confirmation on LoTW welcomed

Long standing interest in radio was an SWL for many years and finaly went an obtained the licence in 1983.

My job took me to many places worldwide, most of which in the 80s did not grant licence to foreign ops hum.I did however operate in various countries mostly  EI3VQT - TR8CJ - TJ1CJ (licence but no operation )-  V85CJ - 9M2/V85CJ and more .

Returned to France in 2000 but other priorities took over and gear stayed stowed away. Even though I was issued F1VEV (suffix V denotes reciprocal EU licence for permanent residents)

Equipement still the same IC735 - AT-150 - BY1 Bencher and Kent straight key. Signal link USB -  Heil BM 10 ( the original  not the recent re issue)  Paper logs have gone onto HRD  software . and favorite mode are RTTY -CW - JT65, occasional SSB . Antennas are homebrew wires and more wires .

I need a few more state on Phone to complete TP, must find my microphone laugh

ARRL : DXCC Digital #3599  - WAC : CW -  WAS Digital (RTTY)

DARC : WAE 1 # 246

CQ : WPX Digital #121

 

- WAB Book 20204 - [old books are :6281 - 7411 - 9447 valid for all my present and ex calls]

I upload all contacts to LoTW and all other means ,bureau etc, are 100% answered

Cards recieved direct will be returned direct ,NO participation to cost is required,

REF: # 43980 DDFM: # 06 EPC: # 18460 FR.AM.GR

 

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My shack in early 80s apart from computer and PK232 (QRT) nothing much as changed

Has for the motorcycle, not much time for it,though the weather here for it is great ,but once a year the XYL and I take a long pan European tour, thought I would try out /M but response was Holiday = NO radio

Ireland 2006:

My DX Partner "Achilles" before and after a contest !

 

 

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