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Hello, my name is Jules. My QTH is Quebec City, Canada. I operate most of the time mobile, sometimes portable, and at my home qth. I prefer mobile operations by far on low hf bands:160, 80, 40. I only work dx from the mobile or from my cottage...The 4 mobile antennas I use are homemade except for theHigh Q. I like very much experimenting with mobile antennas in order to get more performance...I use at times: 500 watt from the Als-500, or 1 kw from the Skymaster mobile amp that I recently modified...(It draw 150 amps). I also enjoy fishing, motorcycling and snowmobiling. Thanks for visiting my page. 73...

Winter whip


Operation on 160,80 and 40 from my cottage, located 325 miles north-east of Quebec city.

The amplifiers I use...

 

Snowmobiling...

Everyday mobile operations...with homebrew screwdriver antenna

Inside the mobile

This one is a woodland cariboo near the Lac Aux Brochets, far north of Forestville.

While riding my ski-doo I met three mouses, But you can see only two, the other one is in the wood

Now a picture of the number 3 screwdriver antenna

My Mastermobile antennas collection (early sixties)

The antennas I currently use:

More picture to come..

 

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