2-way QSO via CX Buro (slow but always secure)
2-way QSO via e-QSL (very fast, Authenticity Guarantee, connected most of time)
2-way QSO via direct (please enclose 1 valid IRC -preferred- or 2 green stamps)
SWL reports via CX Buro (slow, reply via Buro)
SWL reports via e-QSL (fast, reply via e-QSL)
SWL reports via direct (please enclose 1 valid IRC -preferred- or 2 green stamps)
Note for WSPR fans: I do not confirm WSPR spots as a valid QSO. Only SWL reports are valid for me in this mode. I suggest you to generate a new account in eqsl.cc showing your call and the SWL condition (like CX2ABP/SWL or so). Many thanks for understanding.
Hello world! I am CX2ABP and my personal name is Rodolfo Tizzi, born in Montevideo in august 14th, 1965. I live near the downtown of Montevideo. My work is in education: I' m History teacher in several colleges since 1988.
Broadcasting and utility DX-er since september 1979, my first call in the beginnigs of the 90's was CX2ABO, active only in 10 meter band. Since september 20, 2005, with the new call CX2ABP, active in all ham bands (TX and/or SWL).
For HF I have a Kenwood TS-2000 (since december 2014), Yaesu FT-817 (since july 2013) and a Kenwood TS-50 (since january 2009) with two antennas: inverted "V" monoband for the 40mb, and A99 "Solarcon" (USA made) for 10-15-17-20mb. The microphones are Yaesu MH-31 (for FT-817) and Kenwood MC-60 and originals for TS-2000 and TS-50. For VHF/UHF and APRS I work with a fixed station Kenwood TS-2000 or Yaesu FT-817, with a OPEK UVS-2201 and a mobile station (phone/APRS) with a Kenwood TM-D710 in my car.
Alternative location in weekend house is 34°46.32'S 55°24.52'W (GF25hf) with the call CX2ABP/D.
Most of time my radio activity is on digimodes like JT65, JT9, OPERA and ROS. Also, I have several live SSTV cams running for 2, 15, 20, & 40mb (not always active) in my site http://qsl.net/cx2abp/. I am an active user of WSPR, the amazing program of QRP and QRPP beacons in HF (http://wsprnet.org).
I have a lot of interests, like the history and the radio (of course!), but many others as the classic cinema (1895 to 1930), the vintage postcards, the old tape-reel decks, chill out and house music, Linux & similar penguins, cool photographers, and many, many more... Visit my personal blog on http://elterrorylavirtud.blogspot.com (in spanish only).
I'm also a "power-user" of PC's since a few years. I was get my first computer in 1992 (the Spectrum 128 made in England), and I work at this moment with Linux Mint 17.2 (Rafaela) as a base system. Window$$ XP/7 only in a radio associated computers.
No problem for the QSL-card, 100% reply. SWL reports in all modes (WSPR included) are always welcome via e-qsl, buro or direct (please enclose 1 valid IRC).
I am also an active SWL since 1979 (the golden age of shortwave!). Now I have a myriad of radio videos on my DX catches made with many receivers (National Panasonic DR49, Tecsun PL-660 and RFSpace SDR-IQ and others): check my Youtube channel for this stuff.
Follow me in my SWL and ham radio blog on http://cx2abp.blogspot.com (in spanish only)
Visit my Youtube channel for many ham radio and SWL clips. Enjoy and comment please!
Contact me via e-mail, APRS and Youtube for more info. We are in touch! 73!
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