Thanks for stopping by
Started in radio as SWL looking our father operation in the mid 50's, he was the original CE3RC, DX man.
Then I learned the code and waited to have the age to apply to a licence.
Former CE3UT (1962-1982), CE3RM (1982-1989), then on both CE3RC and CE6RC.
On these days
Rural QTH 10 miles East from Valdivia - Grid locator FF30
6 m: 5 el Yagi @ 23'
HF : Skywire Loop 275' @ 36' for 3,5 - 30 MHz -- Vertical roof mounted for 14 MHz
Power: 85 watts in 6 meters, 200 w in HF (100 w in WARC bands) and up to 500 w in 14MHz when using the Vertical
When in radio, most of the time I listen, do some CW and rarely Phone - 73 Rik
QSL : Gentlemen, I dont collect QSL's anymore, so please send yours only if you really need mine. I only reply if I receive a self-adressed envelope with sufficient U$ cash ( 2 U$ ) for the Post Office cost ( No IRC's) - I dont use the Bureau system or any other one apart a paper card via the mail - the few ones arrived through other ways are not replied. Thanks for your understanding.
Chilean Prefixes > General Information
The Number indicates the region in which the station is located, ranked from North (1) to South (8). Number (9) is for Antartic locations and (0) the Islands.
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