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Brief note:

Born: 1961

First interest for radio: 1971 building one radio receiver, without power supply, that scheme is on book for 3rd year of elementary school (my father Louis build, I only "see & learn" because he did not want that I touch a his big soldering iron)

CB at 15 (1976) with one PACE 100, six channel transceiver, and ground plane antenna. My first DX is one CB station in Paris (France) with 5W in amplitude modulation.

Next year (1977) I obtain the SWL authorization (I0-70612). One FRG7 Yaesu receiver open me the world of short wave of amateur radio

Just at 18 (and few days) on 1979, I pass the amateur radio operator exam at the first attempt (First class license consisted in technical exam and CW transmission and reception exam)

In the late of summer 1980 I receive my license (ordinary of 3rd class, the maximum on Italy) then I make my first CQ (during one HF contest).

Now, after 34 years of amateur radio activity, interrupted only for short periods, I'm holder of: (on order of apparence)

  • WAC (SSB-Phone) November 20, 1984
  • WPX (Mixed with some endorsement) n° 1593 December 11, 1992
  • WAZ (2XSSB) n° 4132 November 15, 1993

DXCC (total/current):

  • Mixed (331/323) - n° 42749 April 6, 2009
  • Phone (313/305) - n° 40322 November 18, 2011
  • CW (300/298) - n° 12777 November 18, 2011
  • Digital (225/223) - n° 2972 November 18, 2011
  • 5BDXCC n° 7590 January 2, 2013
  • Challenge (1874 entity on Dec 2014)
  • WAS (basic) n° 56955 January 14, 2013
  • 5BWAZ n° 1842 October 9, 2013 (at 170 zone level, updated at 180)
  • 8BDXCC upgrade December 5, 2013
  • Triple Play n° 1435 January 8, 2015

Next step:

  • 9BDXCC with 6 meter DXCC (left 5 QSOs and 29 confirmations (at Dec 2014)) expected for late summer 2016

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