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Rural QTH, Grid locator FF30ke - near Valdivia City - Central South Chile

Started in radio late's 50's on CW from our father station, a DX man , Ray CE3RC

Former CE3UT (1962-1982) and CE3RM (1982-1989)

Since 1990 I own two callsigns: CE3RC in FF46 and CE6RC in FF30

73 Richard ( Rik - CW nickname )


I stopped counting new countries on the 70's when it was around 150 on CW , I don't know how many countries I've contacted from then on. 

QRP / QRO, wire antenna experimentation, long distance CW and the "magic band" are my main entertainments - out of competition.     


QSL only direct - No bureau here - Should you need my card please send yours  with an envelope addressed to you - Postage contribution welcome, if you can -  Be patient, I go to the post office once a month.


HF   -  QRP / QRO  into a Horizontal Loop Skywire 275' long @ 36' high

6 m  - Max 50 watts into a 5 el Yagi @ 22' or a 2 el Quad @ 20'

Loop is similar to the below image taken from the web - Having some room, trees, ropes and wire it's an excellent cheap multiband alternative even more in rainy and windy weathers. In my case the loop is feeded with 450 Ohms open line into the coupler







General Information > Chilean Prefixes

  • CD Aspirant: CD followed by 1 number and 3 letters (80,40 &10 meters, max 100 w )
  • CA Novice: CA followed by 1 number and 3 letters (80,40,30 & 10 m max 200 w, 6 m max 50 w )
  • CE General: CE followed by 1 number and up to 3 letters (All HF bands max 1.2 Kw, 6 m max 100 w )
  • XQ Superior: XQ followed by 1 number and up to 3 letters ( Same as General )
  • CB, XR and 3G : Special prefixes ( contests, expeditions,etc...)

The Number after the Prefix indicates the region in which the station is located.

They are ranked from North (1) to South (8) -- Number (9) is for Antartic locations and (0) the Islands.



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