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Born in August 16 1940, make studies in electronics for RADIO / TV technician in the 50's,

Amateur radio experimenter since the end of 50's, member of the "Radio Club Zamora" now extint. In that time were only few amateurs with license and was on the air as "Experimental Tingambato" Their Rigs in that time were: an AM crystal homebrewed transmitter with a 6L6 tube, and a Hallicrafter S38 receiver, later: Viking Valiant transmitter and a Hammarlund HQ-105 receiver, and a 40m dipole feeded with twisted pair cable.

During the end of 60's and the half part of 70's was inactive.

Callsign XE1CCB for more than 30 years. Class I licensed.

DXCC in CW, FMRE AZTECA and other diplomas and countries avid cw hunter.

QRP experimenter, currently working the 30m Band with a homebrew qrp, with 5 Watt, and go for more!!

All band worker in HF, no VHF or UHF. Only works in CW, with electronic keyer, straight key or semi-automatic key. No code reader or computer.

The rigs that composes the station are: Collins KWM1, Collins "S" Line, Icom IC 745, Yaesu FT 840, a 1 KW homebrew Linear amplifier with 811 tubes, Bird Wattmeter, Gonset 3 Band directional with rotor, and a Ladder feeded dipole tuned with a homebrew antenna tuner, and a "L" type antenna for 160m. And some homebrew HF transceivers and test equipment builted across the years...

Key collector, with more than 100 different key types.

Currently in the country hunting only in 30m band..

 

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