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I have had some troubles sending and receiving the QSL cards to/from USA. I have lost a lot of QSL cards in the mail. To solve this problem; Now, WA5KBH, George will be my QSL manager for the USA stations.

If you sent your solicited QSL card via direct some time ago and I reported that I haven’t received it; please, send it again via WA5KBH.

Also, if you need my QSL card; you can request it at George, WA5KBH. Please, include SASE with the card request.

I have sent all the cards solicited, some via direct and others via John, K8YSE. Please, if you haven’t received 
my QSL card, let me know and I will resend it until you receive it.


Please, send your QSL card via George, WA5KBH or upload our QSO to LotW. I will confirm it 100%. Thank you!


I am a young amateur radio operator from Cienfuegos city in the South center of Cuba. I have been an amateur radio operator since I was 11 years old. Now, I am 25 years old.

I began in the 160m band as a novice operator. I was helped by some friends building my first radio. I was fascinated by the CW contacts and DX in this band.

After some time, I updated my license and began to experiment in other bands and other modes. I found in the world of radio more than a simple hobby, I found a passion. I built two multiband radios more and I was very active in CW on some bands, principally on 160m.

When the Suisat was launched from the International Space Station I heard the news and I was astonished. I began to search for information about the space communication. Hearing signals from the space were very interesting and fascinating for me; I had been discovering a wonderful part of my passion.

A few time after, I had my first contact with the crew of the International Space Station (an unforgettable moment of my life). I continued updating my license until I reached the first class (A).

Nowadays, I don’t have much free time, because I am working and at the same time studying at the University; although, I continue enjoying my passion.

After a lot of time completing my homebrewed satellite station; I am QRV on Satellites and it has been another extraordinary experience in my life. I am really enjoying it. It is fantastic and fascinating! A few weeks ago I reached my grid square number 763 on Sat. I am the first Ham in my country in reach The Satellite VUCC Award. Thanks a million to the people who have helped me to reach my goals in this branch!




































Hector, CO6CBF

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