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Mainly CW operation from grid FF30 

Low or medium power into Wires on HF and 5 el Yagi or 2 el Quad on 6 meters

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

73 Rik

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Chilean Prefixes > General Information

  • 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...) - temporary assignment.

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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