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Welcome in my information page, licensed in the 1995, I am CW and QRP enthusiastic, the 99% of my DX are made with 5w or less, often with few Milliwatts. The story is simple; started with kilowatt, then I was boring to make simple QSO with much power, so I hade try some of extreme; I have discovered a new strong sensation and new goals from DX with little power. At present time I have worked 256 country and confirmed 238 in QRP, but I love also make simple qso with other qrp station in the qrp frequency.
Lately I discover a new exciting digital modes for QRPp, JT9-1 and JT65, I am using a RigExpert interface.
Using those digital modes my goal is to reach the most far dx with 10 mW or less to get a strong Watt x miles value.
Hope to meet you soon in my QRP traffic 73 de Alex



My equipments:


Icom IC-756

Icom IC-703 (QRP)

Elekraft K1 s/n 2049 (QRP)

Index Lab QRP+ s/n 1363

Kenwood TM-756 (VHF/UHF)



Icom SM-20


Yasu FL-2100B

Data interface: RigExpert Tiny

Oak Hill Research WM-2 (QRP)

Diamond SX-100

Ant. rotator:

Yaesu G-400


Hy-Gin Explorer 14 (3 El Yagi 10-15-20M)

Rotative Dipole 40M

Inverted V 18-30M

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