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HOMEPAGE: f5len.org

I first became interested in amateur radio at the age of 12. A tribute to my dad (ex-F5LEO).
He was working as electronic engineer and was a radio operator during his military service
My instructor at the local radioclub was Georges F6DDU (sk).

First licensed as FC1LEN in 1986, at the age of 17.
Next callsigns were FD1LEN, FE1LEN and now F5LEN.

Home station

I'm dxing on HF bands at home with a little pistol station.
I'm using an homemade 2el 5 band quad for 20 to 10 m and GP or wires for lower bands.
Homebrew 5 bands quad 50 feets high. Each element are fed individualy with 50 ohms coax.
Frozen antenna

Messein where I leave
6 miles from here, the Place Stanislas in Nancy.
Place Stanislas in Nanct
Few miles to the south Baccarat with its world-famous crystal manufacture.


QSLs are welcome via buro, direct or via the Log Book of the World.
I'm not interested with eQSL.

Cu on the air!

V/U/SHF contest station - F8KID

Building and testing equipments for V/U/SHF contests is my favorite activity.

Contest station can be viewed at http://www.jn38.org


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