Saludos del Sur del Mundo---Regards of the south of the world
Chiloe Is. Flag (Iota- SA 018) QSL Personal
"Look Video the my QTH" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ObnfLCmvoQ&feature=player_de
About Chilean Callsigns
In Chile we have 4 categories of amateur radio licenses which I detail below with their privileges.
Conditions of work.
TX conditions HF Kenwood TS 450 SAT.
TX VHF Kenwood TM 261
4 Elements Yagi mono Band 28 Mhz to 10 mts. of the level of the soil.
2 Elements Yagi Mono band 7 Mhz.
Antena Ringo Ovni VHF.
Normally operate between Frec. 28.480 +/- 5 Mhz.
Chiloe's island a beautiful island to the south of the world with austral landscapes and infinite archipelagoes, great variety of marine resources and natural fauna.
Chiloé Island (Spanish: Isla de Chiloé), also known as Greater Island of Chiloé (Isla Grande de Chiloé), is the largest island of the Chiloé Archipelago off the coast of Chile, in the Pacific Ocean. The island is located in southern Chile, in the Los Lagos Region.
My small Children playing with a Penguin that I visit to my court of my house
73/51 Javier CD6713.
My Antennas and QTH
With an area of 8,394km2 (3,241sqmi), Chiloé Island is the second largest island in Chile, after the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, and the fifth largest in South America. It is separated from the Chilean mainland by the Chacao Strait (Canal Chacao) to the north, and by the Gulf of Ancud (Golfo de Ancud) and the Gulf of Corcovado (Golfo Corcovado) to the east; the Pacific ocean lies to the west, and the Chonos Archipelago lies to the south, across the Boca del Guafo. The island is 190km (118mi) from north to south, and averages 55–65 km (34–40 mi) wide. The capital is Castro, on the east side of the island; the second largest town is Ancud, at the island's northwest corner, and there are several smaller port towns on the east side of the island, such as Quellón, Dalcahue and Chonchi.
Chiloé Island and the Chonos Archipelago are a southern extension of the Chilean coastal range, which runs north and south, parallel to the Pacific coast and the Andes Mountains. The Chilean Central Valley lies between the coastal mountains and the Andes, of which the Gulfs of Ancud and Corcovado form the southern extension. Mountains run north and south along the spine of the island. The east coast is deeply indented, with several natural harbors and numerous smaller islands.
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