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UN POCO DE HISTORIA SOBRE LU1EW / SOME RESEARCH ABOUT THE CALL SIGN

The first holder of the LU1EW was my great-uncle, pioneer of ham radio in Argentina, Benedicto Emilio Vallejos, founding partner of the Delta Radio Club, who initiated me in this interest. So, some time ago and honouring him, I decided to change my previous and first call sign, LU3DXH.

I live at Olivos City, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, with my wife and daughters. Engineering is my profession. My hobby is Ham Radio & electronics.

The shack today (It has a new TCVR: YAESU FTDX3000D !)

Antennas QTH Olivos: Dualbander V & U / Inverted V 80-40m / Vertical 5/8 50MHZ / Yagui Beam 28MHZ.

On vacation at Malargue, Mendoza Province Argentina, enjoying radio at a volcanic area in Cordillera de los Andes (s-meter 0... no noise... a pleasure !!!)

QTH TORTUGUITAS, 40 Km NORTH BUENOS AIRES:

Working at my weekend house at Tortuguitas, preparing tower to mount 3 elements Yagui Palombo 20/15/10 m

 

I´ve built my "1 kW antenna tuner" and some baluns

1 Kilowatt

Small VHF antenna tuner, built in a parfume can. It works great !!

Meeting at Tortuguitas with HAM friends, October 2009

Meeting at Tortuguitas with HAM friends, November 2010

Meeting at my QTH atTortuguitas, Dec 2011

Meeting at my QTH at Tortuguitas, Dec 2012

Dec 2013 Last meeting at my Tortuguitas QTH

Gracias a mi familia y a mis amigos, por bancar mi pasion, que es la radio !!

Thanks to my family and friends, for supporting my passion, which is Ham radio!!

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