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XE2HQI Mexico flag Mexico

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QSL: XE2HQI; NO E-QSL. PLEASE 1 IRC OR $1 ONLY DIRECT

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¡ VIVA MÉXICO !

This is my shack

 

 

ALMOST ALWAYS CW !

I was born in 1970 in a small town in the Pacific, very fences of the La Paz City, south in B. C. S. Mexico.

I am Ham radio from the April 3, 2002, but started practicing CW until 2009, now my taste for CW is great. My maximun time is dedicated to CW and a little time to SSB.

My working conditions:

- HF FT-950

- HEIL PR-40 MICROPHONE.

- YAESU STEREO TYPE HEADPHONES YH-77sta.

- YAESU HD ROTOR G-1000SDX.

- BENCHER BY-2

- HF KENWOOD TS-570D.

- KENWOOD SP-31.

- MICROPHONE SHURE C607.

- BENCHER BY-1

- HF TS-480 100 w.

- BENCHER BY-2

ANTENNAS:

- 2 Element 40m Beam Antenna. This antenna is a project of XM240 - CUSHCRAFT.

- Hy Gain 3 Element 20m Beam Antenna LJ-203BA.

-Hy Gain 3 Element 10m Beam Antenna LJ-103BA.

 

QSL info:  QSL ONLY DIRECT....TNX

Please include with your card, the International Reply Coupon or "I.R.C"., the new (31-12-2017), or also $ 1.00 U.S. for all continents OK, I will appreciate a self-addressed envelope if possible. I am 100% QSL.

This is the cost of sending a QSL card to the outside of Mexico before 2014:

América "NA": $11.50 Mexican Pesos = $1.00 US.

For the rest of the world:

"SA, AS, EU, AF, OC": $14.50 Mexican Pesos = A little over one U.S. dollar, but I do not mean to be rich with ham, my job gives me enough to pay the post office. SO ONLY $1.00 US IS OK.

ESTACIONES "XE" FAVOR DE ENVIAR SOLAMENTE SU TARJETA DE QSL. "NO SOBRE AUTODIRIGIDO, NO TIMBRE". MI RESPUESTA ES 100%.

QSL ONLY DIRECT....TNX

 

 

CW Op In some Islands of Mexico:

XF1HUQ and XF1HVF Magdalena Island:

XE2HQI waiting for departure in Port San Carlos, B. C. S.

Camp XF1HUQ, 2 Element 40m Beam Antenna, A3S & Hexbeem 5B

Antenna Hexbeam 5B XF1HUQ Magdalena Island XF1HUQ:

XE2HQI CW OP DE XF1HUQ Magdalena Island:

From the top of the Magdalena Island:

My first dinner, lobster and salad in XF1HUQ, Magdalena Island.

 

XE2HQI IS XF1C Coronado Island, B.C.S

This is an island paradise in the Gulf of California, Coronados Island "XF1C".

Camp XF1C, 2 Element 40m Beam Antenna & Hexbeam 5B

 

XE2HQI OP CW IN XF1C Coronados Island, B. C. S.

XF1C Coronados Island, B. C. S. 2 Element 40m Beam Antenna & Hexbeam 5B

 

 

XF1F San Francisco, Island, B. C. S.

On this island there is the worst plague of gnats, was unable to work, day or night. It was horrible, But the island is very beautiful.

Right to left:Felix XE2I and Me in XF1F, Working CW, 40 and 80 m.

The beauty of XF1F, XE2HQI from top of the Island, very beautiful.

The beauty of XF1F... Saúl XE2HQI

Our Camp XF1F

 

Antenna Hexbeam in San Francisco Island XF1F

Left to right: Manuel XE2HUQ, me and Felix XE2I in XF1F

Something comical:

 

XF1P PARTIDA ISLAND NA-124

XF1P Partida, Island, B. C. S. With one of the most beautiful beaches, is separated from Espiritu Santo Island by a channel 50 meters. Espiritu Santo Island will be our next adventure.

XE2HQI is XF1P

XE2HQI in XF1P

Behind to me, the channel that divides the two islands, Partida & Espiritu Santo Island.

Two Stations, SSB & CW.

Felix XE2I and Me, working CW.

The next adventure will be The Dancing Island:

" XF1D "

 

The Dancing island is very near Loreto, B. C. S. Mexico, about 22 miles away going to the southeast of the town and about 3 km, leaving the southwest of Carmen Island.
It is a very interesting tourist destination for its peaks and cliffs up to 25 meters high surrounding it, there are tours to scuba diving in the surrounding area. By the irregularity and height from the ground is a major nesting site for waterbirds, who dwell in the rocky walls.

 The peculiar name of this island we owe the Spanish explorer Francisco de Ulloa, of whom there are no records of his birth date and only knows that disappeared in our Gulf of Californa in 1540 is said that in 1539 he named the dancing island, when he saw a group of men jumping on the beach of the island and assumed it was a dance.

 

 

 

 

 

I like romantic music.

 

Thanks for visiting my space

CQ DX, CQ DX DE XE2HQI

 

 

My QSL is 100%

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