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Hello friends, thank you for looking this web page.

I was born on October 13, 1945 in Cruz del Eje, Province of C�rdoba.

In 1970 I moved to Cordoba, capital city. where I still live.

When I was eight I used to listen armonics from AM transmissions with an old LW receiver.-

I could not understand how my neighbor could speak into my radio.

After two years I learned how he could,.

I got my novice license in 1967.

My first home built transmitter was made with two 6L6 tube (1 x 1).

Reception in 80 mts band with a converter matched to a LW receptor.

Later a good friend of mine, LU7OR, gave me as a gift an AM transceiver home made

with 6DQ6 tube (1 x 1) for 80 / 40 mts. bands

In 1974 I bought my first solid state transceiver, Yaesu FT-301.

My rig:

Yaesu FT-301 - Yaesu FT-897D -Yaesu FT-60

JVP yagi 4el. (20, 15 and 10m) -

JVP yagi 2 el. (40 m) -

Inverted V (40 and 80 mts) -

Diamond 2& 0,70 mts.

Member of:

LU1XZ -  Radio Club Islas Malvinas (founder) 

LU4HH - Radio Club C�rdoba (Honorary) 

LU4AA - Radio Club Argentino 

EPC # 08085; DMA # 03926; NDG # 0826; BDM # 1567

Modes: AM, SSB, BPSK, QPSK, RTTY, MFSK, Hell, Olivia, SSTV, ROS.

QSL: eQSL, LoTW, Bureau, E-Mail, QRZ, postal mail.

Other:  Grid Locator FF78vn ; DXDA # 2139


                         SAN LORENZO ISLAND                

 IOTA SA-052 - WLOTA LH 131 - ARLHS PER-006


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My qth, apartment on the 12nd. floor, and antennas.





















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