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QSL 100% via bureau and LOTW (only home based activity, not /P).
Upload to eqsl.cc time to time (not regular)

For QSL via bureau, please ask your local QSL bureau to send only via IARU QSL bureau, so for France : "REF"

Service QSL
BP 77429
37074 TOURS CEDEX 2 

I collect only QSL via REF QSL Bureau. This is the lonely official QSL bureau in France.

F6GCP/P (LH, Islands...) : via bureau, Paper QSL only (not LOTW because of various QTH)
F6GCP/QRP : Bureau and LOTW

Mainly in CW, with some Digi (RTTY, PSK).

After 20 years using dipoles and GP, in June 2006, two beams were installed on the roof (TH3MK3 and 4elDXBEam for 12/17m).
In May 2013, the TH3MK3 was replaced by a Force12 (C3S) and a 50Mhz 5el-LFA (G0KSC) was intalled. Thanks to F4GIF, Thomas for his strong help and to F6KBK radio-club members.
The antennas are 11m, 12m & 13m up (see picture).

Also, Verticales are installed in the garden, sometimes one as an open-sleeve 40/30m, sometimes with a wire to make an inverted-L for 80/160m... it depends on what dxcc I need on which band!...
Currently :
- GP 18m tall (160/80/40m) with several radials (4m to 20m long due to garden configuration!)
- Verticale for 30m @ 4m up with 2 radials in line 
Still in project to build an antenna for 30/40/80/160m, but hard to decide what is not the worse system for a multiband...

I am located in the country, 50kms east of Paris, near Disneyland, at 130m ASL, and with nothing around on the 360° view (when on the tower!)

See you soon... 73!

Webpage : http://f6gcp.free.fr

DXCluster F6KBK-3 : telnet://f6gcp-pat.dyndns.org:7300

Antennas from May 2013

Antennas May 2013


Antennas from June 2006 to May 2013

Antennas from June 2006 to May 2013

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