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Dear readers,

Ham activities are my favorite hobby.

Starting in the 80' on 11 m, I became FD1NPK in 1986, FE1NPK 3 years later and F5NPK in 1991.

Mostly QRV on 10M, my aim is to have more then one contact with you and not just to give a report.

During contests, I'll qsy where the band won't be to much busy.

Living in the country side, not to far from Germany and Switzerland, in a small village on the Alsace plain .

The main station is a TS950SDX and if needed, with a TL922.

The antenna is a FB53 just located over the house with no tower; the mast base with the rotor is in the shack.

Currently using an old T7 just put over the FB53.

In one hand, the maintenance is easier: I have just to jump outside trough the windows and to do the monkey on the roof.

On the other hand, with a heavy wind, the vibrations produced gave me the feeling I'm not to far from a subway station :-(

 

Thanks reading me and enjoy yourself.

 

Hubert

 

11E@2M

FB53 : 4E @ 10M, 4E@ 15M, 3E@20M

T7 from Chuck's story : 7E LOG 15M to 10M

 

The main station.

 

The backup station.

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