ALL QSO's are from the Mainland USA (W3 Area) unless otherwise noted.
Now working stations on 80M and 160M for DXCC mostly on CW. If you hear my call please give me a shout.
I do QSL via Direct and upload to LOTW daily.
I will like to acknowledge the following people:
First and foremost, my wife, TERESA, for her unconditional love throughout the years and for supporting this wonderful hobby.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY FATHER ENRIQUE CENTENO (1910-1984) AND MY MOTHER CARMEN BAUZA (1928-2008) (NP4NR). Both supported my hobby in every imaginable way.
To my sister Lourdes, KP4LCB, for putting up with your big brother and for your love.
IN MEMORY OF MY MENTOR AND ELMER, CARLOS HIRAM RIVERA, WP4I (SK). He taught me everything I know about Ham Radio and CW.
I will like to acknowledge WP4AOO, Jose Alfonso, for all of the "Work of Love" to the hobby and the countless people who have become Licensed Amateur Radio Operators through his teaching. My heart goes out to you and your family. My prayers to you and your family through this most difficult times in your life. Get well soon!!!
I will like to acknowledge KP4IM, Jose, for teaching me everything I know about ESSB and for his friendship throughout the years.
To N3COB, Glenn, thanks for being such a good friend and for inspire me to try Satellite Amateur Radio Operation.
To Toñito Algarin KP4DE, Daniel Hernandez KP4BD, Cheito Roldan KP4JAR and Pedro Labayen KP4DKE. Thank you so much for your hospitality and friendship to my wife and me during my recent visit to Juncos and Utuado, Puerto Rico.
First licensed in the mid 70's (c. 1975) as WP4AFV. Got my Extra Class ticket in 1982 (FCC Certificate # AE-22-83) and callsign KP4GB. I received the new Vanity Call KP4N in 2012.
My favorite modes are CW and Digital (PSK-31, RTTY) and enjoy ESSB from time to time.
Hope to hear you On-the-Air.
I am working toward Satellite VUCC Award. Currently working satellite SO-50 with a 4 element 2M and 8 element on 70cm homebrew antenna on a tripod and a Baofeng UV-5R HT from FM19ld. I will like to receive your QSL Card for award purpose, I will send my QSL Card back to you as well. No need for SASE if you require my card and confirmation from FM19ld, please let me know if you need it. If you hear my call please call back or email me and let me know you heard me, thanks. I will like to improve my chances of making contacts as I acquire more experience in satellite operation. I am working on a 5 element 2M and 10 element on 70cm homebrew antenna and should be in service shortly.
These are my homebrew 3 Element 6M LFA and OWL Antennas. My hope is to work toward VUCC on 6M.
Now the OWL 6M Antenna is been used by my friend Glenn, N3COB with great results.
KP4N-L Echo Link Node in the OLNEY, Maryland area is OPERATIONAL.
OLNEY, Maryland now has its very first EchoLink node available over the air. Sponsored by KP4N, N3COB and N3PZ, this node, number 780477 is available for use by any amateur operator within range. Local hams are encouraged to scan and monitor this node – you never know when a QSO will connect, so let’s make sure the world finds some activity in our area.
When using the 2 meter access on 146.550 with PL Tone 88.5, you do NOT have to be registered with EchoLink to use this service! You do NOT need an internet connection. It does not cost anything. All you need is the node number of the user you want to connect with (which is of course available online at www.echolink.org ), or simply reply to anybody that opens the link remotely.
There are some shortcuts listed below, and frequently used nodes can be programmed into the system with shortcut access. Up to 10 different nodes can be connected at the same time for a mini-conference – this can be expanded by using one of the over 200 conference nodes (similar to IRLP reflectors).
Currently, the radio is set to 146.550 simplex, but this is subject to change.
The Node information is as follows:
Echo Link: KP4N -L
Node Number: 780477
Frequency: 146.550 Simplex
PL Tone: 88.5Hz
Radio: Yaesu FT-2900R 75W
Antenna: Omni Directional 2M/70cm Colinear
Interface: ILINKBOARDS.COM AMI-2 All Mode VoIP with COS
Sound Card: Creative Labs 0202-USB
Computer: AMD Dual Processor | Windows 7 Ultimate | 6GB RAM
KP4N-L Control Codes:
Here is a picture of my new QSL Card designed by Radek from CoolQSL services. You can visit his website at www.coolqsl.com.
Here is a picture of my QSL Card under my previous callsign, KP4GB.
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