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Dears,

Thanks for the QSO with my station !

F6GOX is my first amateur radio callsign as a CW and phone operator CEPT-HAREC Class1, since 1980. I was 21.

Then I had used many calls as 4U60UO, FE6GOX, FJ5BL, FJ0A, FS9TI, HW6GOX, TK5BL, TM5T, TO6GOX.

Also in some IOTA dxpeditions as TK5BL on EU-164, TK0KP on EU-104, FJ0A on NA-146, FS9TI on NA-199.

I participate since many years in contests activities.

I am now active most of the time from my QTH in Dordogne (DDFM 24).

My amateur radio activities - now portable - from downtown Paris are scare but look for me time to time...



My all bands DXCC is 317 mixed, 292 CW et 301 Phone.
- On 80 meters, DXCC is 194.
- On 160 meters, DXCC is 101, WAS is 40 and WAZ is 23.
(Last update : 26/08/2014)

I also collect vintage French qsl cards, main land (F0 to F9 series), overseas territories and colonies (FA to FZ). I would very appreciate that you contact me in case of you want to give or to sell me your vintage French cards.

Do you want my QSL card ?

With GlobalQSL system I send you a special homebrew paper printed QSL for each regular, contest or portable activities. I like create QSL cards with this tool !

QSL route :

1/ You are member of an IARU QSL buro  :

=> You just have to send me a QSL request via my email. My qsl card will be directly sent by the GlobalQSL system to your qsl buro.

2/ You are not member of an IARU QSL buro or you prefer quickly receive a direct QSL card :

=> Send me your card with SASE and GS/IRC to this address for a fast answer :

Laurent BEUGNET
66 Avenue de la Republique
F-75011 Paris France

3/ You want to send me your QSL card via buro or via GlobalQSL :

=> via F6KVP QSL manager

4/ Are F6GOX or my others activities on LoTW ?

Yes, all my logs since 1980 will be on LoTW, just wait few weeks... smiley

Best 73 Laurent F6GOX.

 

 

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