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Radio-addicted since 80's, i still use my oldies and goodies Yaesu FT-980 for phonie QSOs.

And behind, you can see the lil' Alinco DX SR8: it is my digi station.

Yaesu FT-980 (1988) - Alinco SR8 from (2011)

 

Below, a picture of my shack radio, were i was very happy to talk to you:

F4GUK radio shack - Night view

 

And below, a view of aerials too. This is the today's configuration.

The antenna configuration changes frequently, because i like to test and experiment new ideas and antenna configurations.

Vertical on the front left: 5/8 for 10 m band.
Vertical on the right: Diamond X7000 for 2m / 70cm and one day (i hope) 1.2 GHz.
On the rear: Hexbeam for 6 / 10 / 12 / 15 / 17 / 20m.
Wire on the left: traped Dipole for 10, 15, 20, 40 & 80m.

A long wire is here too (under the hexbeam) for low bands including 160 m.

 

F4GUK Antennas

 

I like to hunt DX on the 10 meter band, so i hope to hear you again here or on another band.

Best 73s !

 

 

Below, Summer 2013 in Areches-Beaufort (Savoie, Alps Moutains, France), F4GUK/P in portable conditions during holidays period. No-no-no i don't sleep ! I'm only extremly concentrated to copy your signal ! :-)

 

F4GUK/P ... ZZZzzz ...

 

 

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