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F8TRT

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Pascal TASSINARI

83340 Flassans-sur-Issole
France, Var

EU
france
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Call data

Last update:2020-01-15 18:29:50
QTH:35 Kms North East of Toulon
Continent:EU
Views:292
Main prefix:F
Class:1
Federal state:Var
Latitude:43.4052969
Longitude:6.1722565
Locator:JN33CJ
DXCC Zone:227
ITU Zone:27
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(28%)
17m
(19%)
15m
(16%)
30m
(14%)
40m
(11%)

Most used modes

FT8
(94%)
SSB
(5%)
MFSK
(1%)
DATA
(1%)
FM
(1%)

QSL data

Last update:2019-02-08 19:17:51
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Hello!

Thanks for your visit!

Born in Paris in December 1957, Senior Consultant in Dependability Engineering, I started the Ham Radio Hobby in 1973 as SWL with a BC342.

I spent 5 years in the French Army as an Electronic Warfare Specialist and was first licenced as DA1LM and F0EXW.

In 1989, I moved to Canada and became VE7HGV but without much activities due to lack of space.

After moving to California in 1995, professional duties put my Ham Radio activities into a long period of silences.

Going back to France in 2005, I restarted Ham Radio in 2018, passed my French Radio Amateur exam in January 2019, got my new Call Sign F8TRT in February 1st 2019 and since, I am working all bands from 80m to 70cm on SSB, CW but principally on digital modes (FT8).

I am member of the F8KGH Radio Club and ADRASEC 83 (French ARES) and I have been involved with the following Special Event Call Signs: TM75DP – TM500LDV – TM1D

My QTH is located close to the beaches of the French Riviera, about 20 Km North of TOULON, in the VAR Department, part of the PROVENCE Region.

With the actual band conditions, FT8 DXCC and grid square collecting are my challenges.

About QSL :
"The Final Courtesy of QSO is a QSL“
I answer to all QSL cards that I receive:
LOTW and/or eQSL: This is the preferred way. I upload daily to LOTW, eQSL et QRZ.com
Direct QSL: If you send direct, I will respond direct and will gladly pay for return postage. No SASE or green stamps needed (You did spend money to send me your cards!)
QSL via bureau: They are OK and will be answered the same way.
QSL cards from SWL are welcome.

About FT8 QSO's :
As a reminder, a full QSO (for me) means exchange of Locators, Signal Reports, Report ACK and 73. If I don't receive all of these, I won't log the QSO.


Thanks so much for stopping by and see you soon on the waterfall!

73’s QRO

Pascal - F8TRT


Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Radios:
- Icom IC-7300
- FlexRadio FLEX-3000
- Yaesu FT-991A
- SPE Expert 1.3K-FA
- Yaesu FTM-400DE
- Yaesu FT-50R
- Baofeng UV-5R+
- Baofeng RD-5R
- Icom IC-R7000

Antennas:
- 80, 40 and 30m: Homemade Multi Dipole
- 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10m: SpiderBeam
- 6m: Tonna 5 elements
- 2m: X-Quad WiMo 12 elements
- 70cm: X-Quad WiMo 18 elements
- 25-1300 MHz: Discone Icom AH-7000

Other:
- 12 Meters Telescopic Tower
- Rotator Yaesu G-2000

Other images

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