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Licensed ham radio operator since 1994 with call sign HP2DLJ, been off the air for a great amount of time due to professional, family and other activities that demanded more of my time. A group of friends and colleagues had made an effort to bring me back on the air with a new call sign HP1SEB. I will like to take this opportunity to thanks all of the ones involved in this process, there is no way I can pay back, just making some DXs.

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Digital Mode Club Member #07007

From Panama to the World!. HP1SEB.


My shack

1. Icom IC-7000 HF/VHF/UHF All Mode Transceiver.

2. LDG AT-1000 Pro II Tuner.

3. SignaLink USB.

4. Kenwood TM-V71 for base.

5. Yaesu FTM-350 for mobile and APRS

6. I am a proud owner of a Yaesu FT-530 (almost 15 years with me and still standing tall). You will not find any more HTs made like this oldies, that was the golden days.


For antennas, I use:

1. Mosley TA-33 3 element 10, 15, 20 meter directional beam.

2. HF G5RV 80 meter to 6 meter antenna.

3. J-Pole VHF/UHF antenna.

4. HyGain Log Periodic.

5. 50Mhz home made 3 element beam.

6. HY GAIN VB-214FM directional 2 meter beam.


For QSL, please NO BUREAU, only direct send to the following address:

P.O. BOX 0819-11334

NO IRC's please; as they are not honoured locally. QSL'ing used to be fun, now it is just a burden.

Due to substantially increased postal rates --

North, Central & South America -destinations -US$2.00

Europe, Africa, Asia and PacificRim - destinations -US$3.00 per request.


Active on 10, 20 and 40 meters, PSK31; if you are interested in contating Panama in Digital Mode.

All the best and good dx.



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