I love DX, contesting, long distance running and traveling and if they can be done all at the same time even better. So far I have visited 128 DXCC entities and operate, from serious expedition to a few QSOs, from nearly a third of them. Visit my travel list at the DXFC web site it include some most wanted like P5 to mention one.
At the present I have 9 band DXCC and the highest DXCC Challenge score in Mexico. Also DXCC on all modes: Mixed, SSB, CW, RTTY, Satellite and QRP. Although there is no official DXCC for 10 meter FM I'm working on it.
Contest teams: HC8N, K3LR, 4C2X, CE3CT, CE4CT, ES9C, FP/VE7SV, HC8A, PW5U (WRTC-2006), PZ5YV, VE7SV, XE1RCS, XE2GG and XX9C.
HF operations: 9K2/XE1KK, A31KK, A4/XE1KK, A71QND, CE3/XE1KK, CT3/VE7RKK, CX/XE1KK, DL/XE1KK, ES6/XE1KK, HB0/XE1KK/M, HK1/XE1KK, HK3/XE1KK, PJ2/XE1KK, MU/VE7RKK, OH0/VE7RKK, OH2/VE7RKK, PA/VE7RKK, PP5/XE1KK, PY5/VA7UU, SM0/XE1KK, TF/VE7RKK, TG9/XE1KK, TI5/XE1KK, VE7/XE1KK, VO1/XE1KK, XV2KK, XX9TKK and YV5/XE1KK.
LEO satellite operations: FS/VA7RKK, HC1/XE1KK, HC2/XE1KK, HC8/XE1KK, KH6/W1RSV, KP2/W1RSV, KP4/W1RSV, LX/VE7RKK, OH0/VE7RKK, OX/VE7RKK, PJ7/VE7RKK, TG9/XE1KK, TI5/XE1KK and TF/VE7RKK.
Guest operator: 9A0IARU, A71A, A71EL/M, A71CW, A71QND, OD5TE, P43T, SM0UX, YS0IARU and ZX3CTU.
Mexican IOTAs: 6H3KK Cozumel NA-090, XF2RCS Isla Lobos NA-221, XF3T Isla Tamalcab NA-200, XE1KK/XF3 Isla Mujeres NA045, XE1KK/XF1 Isla La Partida and Isla Espíritu Santo NA124.
Mexican special event stations: 4A1DXXE, 4A1LM, 6F1LM, 6F75A, XE1LM, XE83IARU.
Personal special prefixes: 4B1KK, 4C1KK, 6D1KK, 6D5XMT, 6F1XMT, 6G1KK, 6H1KK and 6J1KK.
Other calls: KK1Z, VA7UU, VE7RKK.
Ex calls: XE1RL, XE1XMT, W1RSV, WT2T.
I’m member and founding president of Grupo DXXE a fine group of amateurs that includes Mexico’s top contesters and very active DXers. Also member of FMRE, Radio Club Satélite, the Galapagos Radio Sociedad, 4M5DX Group, Grupo DX Caracas, Araucaria DX Group, Grupo de DX de Cuba GDXC and life member from AMSAT and ARRL.
I’ve been a speaker at Contest University (Dayton, 2012), DX University (Visalia, 2012), Contest University (Porto Alegre, 2011), Austin Summerfest (2010), Grupo de DX Caracas Contest Forum (2010), RSGB Convention (2005), IOTA Forum (Friedrichshafen, 2000), IOTA Dinner (Visalia, several years), as well as several national societies and club meetings in different countries.
I keep track of the 50 MHz First QSOs between Mexico and other DXCC entities. You can see this list on my webpage.
On the AMSAT website there is an Introduction to Satellites, in Spanish, that I wrote some years ago.
LoTW: Preferred method. If you are not a LoTW user please set up an account and we will both save time, money and energy confirming our QSOs. I update my log regularly so you can have the confirmation sometimes in less than 24 hours. Try it!
NEW OQRS: Now you can also search for our QSO online here. Then you can request a direct QSL card online. This method is only working for contacts with my main call XE1KK for the moment.
Direct: SAE + $2 (No IRCs please). For stations in the US you can send me a SASE with US postal stamp and I mail it back to you on my next trip to the US, usually every other month. As you can see direct QSLing is becoming more expensive every day, I insist you try LoTW.
Bureau: If you want a bureau card email me or fill the form at ClubLog and I’ll send you one. You don´t need to send me your QSL card. I do email-bureau cards once a month so please be patient if you don't get an email confirmation immediately. Depending on your luck the QSL may take more than a year.
All my expeditions are confirmed via LoTW and the bureau and you don't need to send me your card.
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