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F4JKH

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Andreas Voigt

78120 Rambouillet
France, Ile de France

EU
france
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Call data

Previous call:F-80648
Last update:2022-04-30 10:43:28
QTH:COTA F-06262 78-019
Continent:EU
Premium:YES
Views:60
Main prefix:F
Class:HAREC
Federal state:Ile de France
Latitude:48.6414159
Longitude:1.8315710
Locator:JN08VP93
DXCC Zone:227
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

17m
(34%)
15m
(25%)
20m
(13%)
40m
(7%)
70cm
(7%)

Most used modes

FT8
(85%)
FT4
(7%)
FM
(6%)
C4FM
(3%)
WSPR
(1%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2022-04-23 21:21:53
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no
Extra QSL Info:Direct QSL by post or eQSL by mail as indicated, please!

Biography

For direct QSL/eQSL card exchange via eMail, please use my mail address f4jkh.jn08vp@gmail.com
You can also send your QSL card directly via Post to my indicated address above.

All valid QSL cards will be answered.

SWL QSL cards are very welcome - please indicate with whom I have had a QSO on your SWL QSL card!
Reason: All QSOs are fully logged and I can check - however, unanswered CQ calls you might have heard are not logged at all, hence we both have no proof of authenticy.

Thank you very much!

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My QTH is close to the "Chateau de Rambouillet" in gridsquare JN08VP.
I will sporadically activate our chateau and park as "Castles on the Air (COTA) resident".
It is registered under WCA as F-06262 and in the French registry as 78-019.

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About my person:

I am a 51 year old German citizen, living and working in France since 2007 - for 15 years now.

Languages:
English, German, French, Spanish

I am working professionally in Satellite Communications.

I have successfully passed my French Amateur Radio HAREC License test here in France on April 8th, 2022. My results were 17/20 in Regulation and 19/20 in Technical.

As SWL, I am also active under DE3OBB internationally and F-80648 in France.

I am a member of DARC in Germany (DOK B24, Miltenberg - my home QTH region where I grew up) and the French organisation of Radio Amateurs France.

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I am really fascinated and enthusiastic about what HAM radio does.

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For any future radioamateurs here in France... I have one important advice:
I have used learning material of Radio Amateurs France, information from REF and the online webpage EXAM1 as exam preparation. EXAM1 has for nearly every question an explanatory part and cross references towards a training course document. It has been extremly important in the last weeks before passing the ANFR test as EXAM1 puts you in a real examination environment, with real questions and time limits. 15 out of the 20 questions in both Reglementation and Technical test have been inside EXAM1. As you need to answer 10 questions correctly in each of the two tests, EXAM1 has been decisive for success.

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Important remark:
HAM radio is non-discriminatory worldwide. We do not care which culture, race, origin, religion you have, disability you suffer from or which passport you possess.
Links can be established one-way or two-way on wireless frequencies around the globe. HAM Radio is one of the most free forms of non-commercial communications between telecommunication enthusiasts that does not stop at country borders. This comes along with rules and regulation that we all shall adhere to as part of our license.

We are all ONE PEOPLE on ONE PLANET - let us live together in repect and peace!

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Vy 73 es mni 55 de F4JKH

With love to all of you!

Andreas

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

HF Transceiver: YAESU FT-DX10
VHF/UHF Handheld: YAESU FT5D

TX/RX Antenna:
Alphaloop Magnetic Loop.
40 meters to 10 meters in HF, 6m and 2m in VHF and 70cm in UHF.

QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 50
ITU 30
CQ 20
IOTA 10

DX Code Of Conduct

dx code of conduct small logoI support the "DX Code Of Conduct" to help to work with each other and not each against the others on the bands.

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