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My activity began in 1990 in citizen band and Amateur Radio in 2009 with my wife PU4EBV.

I like working DX and hope to meet you on the bands 6, 10, 12 and 80 meters soon.
In digital mode bands 6, 10, 12, 15 and 40 meters.

Working conditions:

Power supply Montel MTAC1232-HAM. Electret microphone. Rotor Antenna CDE.
Antenna 3 elements Yagi mono band 28 MHz by Alan.
Maximum power of 100 wats SSB transceiver HF Yaesu or 25 wats HR2510 Uniden.
My antenna construction and use:
Bazooka coaxial: 12 meters // Bazooka coaxial: 40 meters
Bazooka coaxial: 80 meters // Yagi 3 element: 6 meters
UHF eight quadra cubic: 0.70 meters // VHF six quadra cubic: 2 meters
*No restriction on the QSL card, any type, size, model, digital, paper, will be welcome, thanks.
Automatically after our contact, your QSL card is already available in eQSL.

PU4MHO // PX4B2484

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