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Licensed since 1971 LU1XSI until 1999, then LU1XS. Operates Tierra del Fuego Island (IOTA SA 008). My main interest in radio isCW dx long diastance and all the international competitions (contest). I am married to my wife VERO for over 28 years, we have two children and a great dog "Loquito".-

IMPORTANT: Sorry I am not member Buro Argentina.-

QSL:LoTw,e-Qsl, If you want a QSL just ask.-

If you do not Receive your QSL card after a reasonable amount of time, please contact LU1XS via E-mail

Please see the Postal Rates and Exchange Rates below, updated for Oct 10 2010.

 

My Blog http://lu1xs.wordpress.com 

Equipament in my shack

 

 

 

Mis Equipos

 

 

How to operate in Argentina?
Dear colleague:

If you are planning to come down here to Argentina, the Radio Club Argentino, founder member of IARU, welcomes you handling all the corresponding paperwork and procedures to comply with the local Radio Amateur Service Regulations for free, yes for FREE!

Please fill out the form and send them back to us by e-mail, together with a scanning of your Passport and Ham Radio License.

Please note that all the process, between receiving your papers and obtaining your radio permit, will last at least 45 (forty five) days.

Let us get your local authorization to operate, come to Argentina, enjoy your stay and HAVE FUN !!!

Send your form filled, passport and ham radio license scanned to this addressadministracion@lu4aa.org

 

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