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To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the world well-known ARC of Provins, F6KOP, and the inauguration of its new facilities, will be aired the special callsign TM35KOP, between May 4to 18 2013.

All modes, including rare ones will be used from 160m to 10 GHz, from the locator : JN18PN.

Most activity on week ends, on May 8&9 and on May 18, date of the manifestation in Provins.

QSL bureau go via the French Ref-Union Bureau(And only via this one)to F6KOP.

Direct QSL go via F5NQL (address ok in QRZ.com) SAE + 1 valid IRC (preferred) or 2$. Direct cards without or insufficient postage return cost will be answered via the bureau.



If you send me QSL cards via Bureau, please do itonly via the French REF-Union bureau.

If you use so so bureaus like that of URC or ANRPFD, do it at your own risks. It will be much more than 99% of cases your card will not be delivered to our manager.


For direct cards, IRC's are always preferred instead of green stamps. The bank fees are very expensive and changing 1$ bills has no interest in France.


As you know, F6KOP organized some big dxpeditions in the past like 5V7C, TO7C, 5H1C, J5C, XT2C, PJ4C, TJ9PF, 5X8C, TK7C, IS0R, TS7C, TM7CC, TM7C, and more in the French IOTA's.

Have fun


F6KOP et KOP team



The QSL cards have been delivered from the printer. The first batch for direct QSL answers is expected around July 25th. Some cards have been received from the French Bureau and will be treated at the same time.



Maurice, F5NQL, QSL manager, on July 2013, 16th.


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