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Message from loostic at Tuesday, 15-Jan-13 12:06:02 GMT
Bonjour à tous,

I'm just joining GT Network with an old PCR-1000.

My home place is Ver-sur-Launette-France, 1062 peoples are living there, 14 km North East of Paris-CDG Airport

Until today, the main purpose of this station was to listen Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport Frequencies (Airplanes on ground are readable) and HF Aviation freq. over Atlantic and Africa (USB only in aviation).

Everything you always wanted to know about HF Aviation radio frequencies, but were afraid to ask is here :
http://www.paris.icao.int/documents_open/show_file.php?id=565

About Paris CDG Airport, here :
https://www.sia.aviation-civile.gouv.fr/aip/enligne/fr/..%5CPDF_AIPparSSection%5CIAC%5CAD%5C2%5C1302_AD-2.LFPG.pdf

But feel free to use the receiver at your convenience, the AH-8000 antenna has a continuous frequency coverage from 100MHz-3300MHz (3.3 GHz).

For the moment, I'm listening the receiver quite H24/7, but not really 24/7 present. So, if I'm the last listener connected, feel free to tune.

Happy to welcome you aboard.

Sorry for my english, you can try in french, I'm fully fluent. :))

Henri-Claude



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