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Installed station in the northern of  park Sierra La Culata from young got my class B license at the age of 16 years, hobby lover transmission sidebands and now with digital modes PSK31, Packet in VHF and RTTY.

 

Antena para VHF de 3 elementos para lograr comunicar con estaciones del occidente del país y estaciones de Curacao por la vía del repetidor en VHF colocado gracias a varios colegas de la ciudad de Mérida. Repetidor localizado en sector el Aguila del parque nacional Sierra La Culata.

 

 

My first steps in the hobby is the city of Merida in the downtown.
the amateur ham radio is my passion, for more 30 years of action.

While all hams have some emergency communications capability, those who are particularly interested in the public service aspects of the hobby usually affiliate with an organized group for disaster specific training, quick mobilization and to practice emergency skills..

My Email : yv2fyy@hotmail.com

from more info: http://www.yv2fyy.blogspot.com

my page  http://www.yv2fyy.webs.com

 

Antigua Sala de radio desde el 2004 hasta el 2012.

 

 

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