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All QSO's are valid for DXXE Award (DIPLOMA DXXE) for more information about this, please see DXXE Web Site

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In my Shack of Radio in Teapa Tabasco,in the year of 1987, when was 17 years old using the callsign 10AT101 (Rig's: Kenwood TS140S & TS120S)

 

My Shack of Radio in the year of 2008

Operating as 6H6IARU

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Something that gives us great pride as people in Tabasco, isour
culture, descendants of the great Olmecas, which left us legacy its colossal heads of carved stone, the cultivation of cocoa as a legacy to the world, which blend together to make way for a modern society

 

 

 

 

Toby "the Pug", is the second operator

Toby the Pug is the 2nd. Op.

 

 

 

 
My antenna is "under the eye of the Hawk"

 

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*** Now active in BPSK, RTTY, OLIVIA ***

Member of European PSK Club # 8037

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Friends

 

 

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If you are reading this information, it is that we had a pleasant QSO-DX. I want to comment that began in this beautiful hobby from the 12 years old, since the year of 1982, a with a small radio of citizen band of 40 channels and 5 watts of power and a vertical antenna homebrew. I am ham radio with license, from July of 1995, sent by the Secretary of Communications and Transports -SCT- (now COFETEL), class II, but unfortunately, for reasons unaware to my will, I left the radio in 1996, returning in August of 2006, with much more mettles. So far (April 20of 2012), I have communicated with around 252 countries of the DXCC List, for that reason it is important for my, to confirm all my QSO-DX's in Direct form. Equipaments: Yaesu FT920 with microphone Shure 444D, Yaesu FT101ZD, Kenwood TS440SAT with microphone Kenwood MC-50, Kenwood TS120S, Yaesu All Mode FT847 to VHF and UHF with microphone Shure 444, to Digital modes a RIGblaster Nomic TNC, Yaesu FT2500M and FT2200 for VHF, vintage antenna of the Cushcraft, the ATB 34, triband of 4 elements, Cushcraft antenna of 6 elements for VHF, Yagi Homebrew 3 elements to 50 Mhz, Yaesu antenna YM-30 (folded dipole multiband 1.8 to 30 mhz), vertical for UHF, rotor Alliance Dual speed control.

 

Currently, I am Vice President Zone XE3 of the Federación Mexicana de Radioexperimentadores, A. C. (FMRE)

 

Estimado Amigo Radio Aficionado:

Si estás leyendo esta información, es que tuvimos un agradable QSO-DX. Quiero comentar, que me inicié en éste hermoso hobby desde los 12 años de edad, en el año de 1982, con un pequeño radiode banda civilde 40 canales AM y con4 w depotencia y una antena vertical hecha en casa. Soy radioaficionado con licencia, desde Julio de 1995, expedido por la SCT, clase II, pero desafortunadamente, por razones ajenas a mi voluntad, dejé la radio en 1996, retornando en Agosto de 2006, con mucho más bríos. Hasta la fecha (Abril20 de 2012), he comunicado con alrededor de 252 países de la DXCC List, por eso es importante para mi, confirmar todos mis comunicados, en forma Directa. Equipos: Yaesu FT920 con microfono Shure 444D, Yaesu FT101ZD, Kenwood TS440SAT con microfono Kenwood MC-50, Kenwood TS120S y Yaesu Multimodo FT847 paraVHF y UHF con microfono Shure 444; para la transmición de modos digitales, cuento con una TNC RIGblaster nomic; para el repetidor local, un Yaesu FT2500Men VHF, antena clásica de la Cushcraft, la ATB 34, tribanda de 4 elementos, antena Yagi 3 elemntos homebrew para 50 Mhz, antena Cushcraft de 6 elementos para VHF, antena Yaesu YM-30 (folded dipole multiband de 1.8 a 30 mhz) , vertical para UHF, rotor Alliance Dual speed control.

 

Actualmente, soy Vicepresidente Zona XE3 de la Federación Mexicana de Radioexperimentadores, A. C. (FMRE)

 
 

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