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First licensed as TI2KD in 1979. Soon after, I became active in DXing,Contesting and DXpeditioning. Today, I am still amazed and excited that signals from my station radiated through antennas and towers, most of which are homebrew, can span the globe and let me communicate with other amateurs in distant places with relatively simple systems. Even with present day internet and cell phones, which I am grateful for, my excitement while on the air, is always there.

I owe many of my acomplishments in amateur radio to those who have shared their enthusiasm and knowledge with me. A special place in my amateur radio life is occupied by Erik Roy (SK), TI2NA, VHF pioneer in LatinAmerica. His devotion and sharing in the 50Mhz band and above, is a cornerstone at my station.

If you would like to contest or DX from beautiful Costa Rica, feel free to contact me via Email at ti5kd10@gmail.com. 73 Carlos (Keko) Diez


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