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F4HQO

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Frédéric DEFOSSEZ

62500 SAINT-MARTIN-AU-LAERT
France

EU
france
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Call data

Last update:2021-06-13 11:17:46
QTH:Northern France - DDFM 62
Continent:EU
Views:1108
Main prefix:F
Class:HAREC
Latitude:50.7708480
Longitude:2.2083630
Locator:JO10CS
DXCC Zone:227
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14
Website:f5kai.weebly.com

Most used bands

2m
(26%)
20m
(22%)
40m
(20%)
80m
(10%)
15m
(6%)

Most used modes

SSB
(41%)
FM
(25%)
CW
(14%)
FT8
(12%)
FT4
(4%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-04-12 14:02:14
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Hello,

I am ham radio since February 2016.

I am the Secretary of a radio-club : F5KAI (QTH : Esquerdes - DDFM 62).
You can have a look on http://f5kai.weebly.com

I am also PCT of the local association's QSO which takes place every Saturday morning from 10:30 am (local time) on 145.687.5 Mhz (with shift -600).

My QTH is in the north part of France near ST OMER - DDFM 62(Pas de Calais).

My full color QSL is only via buro or direct. On eQSL, it is not the same QSL.

I am member of REF (Réseau des Émetteurs Français) : http://www.r-e-f.org/

I am also member of REF62 (Local Association) : http://ref62.r-e-f.org/

We are two ham radio in the QRA, my father (his callsign is F8DKG) and me on the photo.

Best regards.

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Antennas and Transceivers:

HF : Kenwood TS-450SAT and Kenwood TS-480SAT
VHF : Kenwood TM-255E and Kenwood TS-480SAT
UHF : Icom IC-490E (Out of Order...)

Home-made W3DZZ : 3.5 Mhz / 7 Mhz / 14 Mhz / 21 Mhz / 28 Mhz. = = = 10 meters from the ground.

(This W3DZZ antenna is not normally installed, but I haven't got enough place, so i tried to do my best and this antenna works. I haven't got the choice).

Home-made multi dipoles : 10 Mhz / 18 Mhz / 24 Mhz. = = = 6 meters from the ground. = = = Dismantled now.

Solarcon A-99 : 1.8 Mhz / 5 Mhz / 10 Mhz / 18 Mhz / 21 Mhz / 24 Mhz / 28 Mhz. = = = 9 meters from the ground.

Home-made GP (based on the Comet CHA-250B) : 1.8 Mhz / 3.5 Mhz / 5 Mhz / 7 Mhz / 10 Mhz / 14 Mhz / 18 Mhz / 21 Mhz / 24 Mhz / 28 Mhz. = = = 2.35 meters from the ground.

Loop Antenna : ITA BLN14 II (balun 1:4 + choke balun) and 40m copper wire = = = 2.5 meters from the ground.
1.8 Mhz / 3.5 Mhz / 5 Mhz / 7 Mhz / 10 Mhz / 14 Mhz / 18 Mhz / 21 Mhz / 24 Mhz / 28 Mhz.

VHF 144 Mhz : Comet GP6 only. Tonna 2 x 9 elements and Tonna 2 x 4 elements are dismantled now.

VHF 50 Mhz : Home-made Bazooka = = = 4 meters from the ground.

UHF : Comet GP6 only. Home-made 10 elements is dismantled now.

Power Supplies : T-1240GS – 40 Ampères *** PS-1220 – 20 Ampères

Digital Modes :
I use a Hewlett Packard Computer model T3706 (with Multipsk and WSJT-X) with a Home Made Vox Sound Card Interface.

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