F0ZZ and FG0ZZ/FS7
  • Contesting from France - F0ZZ (1972)
  • Contest DX-pedition to St Martin - FG0ZZ/FS7 (CQ WW SSB Oct 73)
The call F0ZZ (issued to G3TXF) was used by a group of French contesters (F2QQ, F5QQ, F5ZW, F6AZP etc) in 1972/1973.
The photo (above) shows a 204BA stacked above a dual-band 15m/10m trapped beam which was used by the F0ZZ group at a location some 80km from Paris, but which was eventually blown over in high winds.
Roger KP4TIN, Ron F5QQ (holding antennas), Anneliese and Nigel G3TXF arriving at San Juan airport (KP4) en route to French St Martin (FG0ZZ/FS7) and the CQ WW SSB Contest in October 1973.
The photo (below) shows Ron F5QQ operating FG0ZZ/FS7 from French St Martin in CQWW SSB 1973.
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