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QSL: RADIO CLUB DE CHILE BURO: P.O.BOX 13630, SANTIAGO

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Civil Mechanical Engineer, retired, 70.

Radio amateur since 1964 as CE5CN in Concepcion City. Some years later my call change to CE5CNT, but since 2012 I'm back to CE5CN.

Now I'm living in Los Angeles, 120 km south east from Concepcion. Los Angeles is an old chilean city with more than 450 years old. Please do not confund with young L.A. in California !!.

Married, 3 children, 1 grandaughter in N. Zealand, 3 dogs.

I write and Edit with colaboration (XQ3SM and others Condor DX Group members) a handbook (in spanish) called: Introduccion al DX, Los comunicados a Larga Distancia. It's a handbook to introduce the DX for the beginers. The 2013 edition is ready since October 1, 2013. You may ask for the PDF edition with a mail to estoesdx@gmail.com , or download the WORD edition in the following link:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5k584v8v9fd3djl/MANUAL%20INTRODUCCION%20AL%20%20DX%20%20Edici%C3%B3n%20%202013%20%201%20oct%202013.doc

My favorite band is 10 meter.

My best goal: hundred of 10 meter FM QSO worked with Japan, Hawaii

My station: a TH6DXX Hy Gain antenna, a long (and home made) G5RV for 160, 80 and 40 meters. Transceiver Kenwood TS 530S, Yaesu 897, a Yaesu linear FL-2100Z, home made Transmatch, ...

Trying to work DXCC in CW, after 15 years inactive in CW.

 

 

 

 

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