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I am HAM Radio operator from 1978, First with F1FMW call sign  My first contact with radio was throw F6CSJ who give me the Ham spirit and the ham virus from 1976 and who sold me first parts to make my own equipment (1W AM 144 MHZ transistorized TX).

My first QSO was with Jean F1FMV ( SK) who got the ham call same day as me.

From 1990 , i changed call sign from F5FMW call sign able to use all bands and all modes.

I am very interested on making my own equipments for VHF UHF SHF and Microwave bands ( TX, RX, transverters, antennas, amplifiers, LNA's, measurement devicesetc.).

I am QRV on :

- 144 MHZ with 100W and 2x12 el Yagi

- 432 MHZ with 60W and 28 el Yagis

- 1296 MHZ with 70W and 150cm Prime focus parabolic dish

- 2320 MHZ with 40W and 150cm Prime focus parabolic dish

- 5760 MHZ with 10W and 85 cm offset dish

- 10368 MHZ with 10W and 85 cm offset dish

i also use time to time low bands 80 m to 10m

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