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Hello !

J'ai obtenu ma licence de radio amateur au début de février 1960. J'étais alors étudiant en électronique, et j'ai gradué en mai 1960.

J'ai commencé à faire du DX avec un transmetteur DX-40 de Heathkit, en 1962 et après mon travail comme technicien en instrumentation,

pour une Compagnie Minière QCM j'écoutais sur tous les bandes, le soir, pour trouver des nouveaux pays lointains.

C'est alors que j'ai fait une liste de pays qui se confirmaient au fil des ans. et aujourd'hui j'en ai 302, sans internet c'est encore plus difficile.

Amateur radio since 1960, I'm again in operation in Magog, Qué., since september 2005. MAGOG is a village about 25,000 peoples on the side of the lake Memphrémagog. Most of tourism and paradise for skiing on Mount Orford.

Depuis décembre 2013, j'ai le certificat de ARRL de LOTW. très prochainement je pourrai envoyer mes logs lors de mes opérations en Zone 2 jusqu'en mai 2005 et mes 2 opérations dont celles d'octobre 2007 à Fermont et du 6 -7 juin 2013 à Labrador City. Également pour mes deux expéditons en Floride en 2011-12 et ceux de 2013-14 les logs seront chargés prochainement à Lotw. Tous mes logs de mes opérations à Magog seront également envoyés.

I'm glad to QSL via bureau or direct if you asked for. QRZ very evening on 30M 40M & 20M CW for DX and again be on all bands.All the operations VE2ACP-Portable are Zone 2. QSL for operation on Oct.13 2007.via bureau or direct. All cards received from that expedition are sent out by today.

Working now to get my 5B-DXCC, to improve marks on 80 meters SSB & CW listen at night 3505 on sunset and 0300Z-0400Z Special QSL sended for operation on 2 different bands.

I'm looking on 6M any openings...every day. Just those want FN35. I Shortly have a 5el yagi at 55ft high. In Florida I will tryed to increase my DX quote if propagation is there.My grid square in Florida is: EL96

I operate now from south part of Florida, in Davie area. During the followings days, I mount my R-7000 Vertical in the back yard, and be able to operate on HF then. This year, I operate with a 3 el 15M, I will tryed to operate on 50 MHZ with double bazooka. Now I'm on VHF& UHF with a Comet vertical antenna. Now I'm ready to mount side of the house. The base would be above the roof.

 Since Decembre 2013 I have my new certificat to send my logs to LOTW.  Very shortly I will send my logs of all my operations in fermont Zone 2 and Labrador City in 2013. also logs from Magog.and also operations in Florida from 2011 to 2014.

I'M visiting my family at Fermont, Québec, Zone 2 and I will operate portable VO2  between le 25 - 27 june 2014 at the Radio Club of Labrador City. I will tryed to use 17M and 12M  CW and SSB. 

Best regards and 73  to All and have fun with DX




Best of 73 to all and have good DX.

Gerald VE2ACP

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