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Like many, I started with Citizen Band 22cnx FM then 40cnx then more in 1986. I had fitted out my parents' attic in the laboratory, I repaired there when I was 15 years old, the NB Tvs and then the colors. I did my 1st edit, an FM transmitter with the BF199 from "Haut Parleur" paper. My 1st antenna was a 1/2 wave OM 11m dipole, then a quad cubiqual on my parents' roof, my mother never gave the exact address, but explained you will see, it's the house with a mill on the roof LOL. I was lucky to have a mentor who is no longer, but shared a lot, the OM spirit, F1ALT through whom I learned a lot when I started radio, on the tubes, the antennas, before 'have a military call sign. My 1st decametric receiver, the RR20 tube receiver, it was fitted to the North Atlas aircraft, and subsequently I acquired the ER504 Jupiter receiver. Then in 1996 under the SFOR activation HF under military code with my 1st Tx / Rx deca the Yaesu FT707 and 1/2 wave OM dipole antenna, voice, and multimode with my IBM ThinkPad 365 under Windows 95, the QSL went like hotcakes under cover of the letter mail service. After my active service, I turned to my first loves cybersecurity, and I banned Windows, so I only work with GNU GPL therefore LINUX with the Debian / Ubuntu family. Several projects have emerged from lab power supplies, component testers, CB repairs for friends, modification radiocom2000 ... Then with the Raspberry miniaturization, the arduino arrived, other projects were born. I have been developing under C and Python since my active service, developing my protection solutions on time. A project that is close to my heart on embedded system based on esp32 with the LORA module for radio probe reception, dev OM inspired by the DL9RDZ project called "RadioSonde" allows me to have my portable probe radio location tools.
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