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About MIKE, Miguel Gonzalez A. (ZP5YW)

Hello and thanks for reading this. I was born in 1956 and was licensed in October 1975. Dedicated to DX since first qsos. Spent an almost equal amount of time on-air and off-air during these years because of studies and work duties.

Awards: #1 HR DXCC (351/340 entities Phone & Mixed, only ZP in HR), 9 bands DXCC (5BDXCC #3210 + 12 + 17 + 30 meters endorsements + 6m DXCC #397), CW DXCC, Digital DXCC, Millennium DXCC, DXCC Challenge (1670+ level), WAS, Triple-Play WAS, 50 Mhz WAC, WAZ, eDX100, eWAS, ePFX300, and others..

Member of: EPC # 19023, 30MDG # 6092, life member of Radio Club Paraguayo, former vice-president, member of the Board, qsl and awards manager.

Current activity: mostly JT65HF, JT9-1, PSK-63, RTTY, SSB and very little CW on all bands from 6 to 80 meters. S&P on major contests "just for fun", but contest logs are allways sent to confirm mutipliers and contacts with others. If you've worked me on JT65 and/or JT9 please don't call for a duplicate qso on the same band/mode. Give the chance to others.

Station setup: HF: Kenwood TS-590S, Drake L4-B amplifier (fully updated) with MFJ-989B tuner and Ameritron ALS-600S amplifier (no-tune for quick band changes) with LDG AT-1000 ProII autotuner (unbelievable). MFJ-1026 noise reducer/signal enhancer.

6 Meters: Yaesu FT-736R (50/144/430 mhz), Mirage A-1015G amplifier, Yaesu FT-680R (backup rig).

VHF-UHF: 144-220-440 Mhz Kenwood FM rigs for local contacts and assorted accesories.


Antenna system: Tower 1: (self supporting 20 meters high) HyGain TH6DXX @ 20mH (10-15-20 meters), 40 meters coil-loaded rotary dipole @ 22 mH, homebrew 6 el 7m boom yagi for 6 meters @ 24mH. Inverted V dipole for 75/80 meters.

Tower 2: (self supporting 12 meters high) homebrew 6 elements dual-monoband yagis, 3 el for 12 meters + 3 el for 17 meters with open-sleeve direct feed @ 13mH, 2 elements coil loaded yagi for 30 meters (derived from a 40m yagi) @ 16mH.

Auxiliary antennas: Butternut HF9V vertical (6-80 meters), with elevated radials (few but useful as monitoring aid), flag antenna for low bands reception with DXE pre-amp and ICOM AH-7000 VHF-UHF discone antenna.

Web page: http://www.qsl.net/zp5yw
eMail: zp5yw@qsl.net

On line log search:  DX.QSL.NET

QSLing information

LoTW is preferred and QSL Mgr W5UE as alternative for those requiring printed cards. NO BUREAU NOR DIRECT MAIL PLEASE !!!
Log data is uploaded / updated every weekend. Please request printed cards to QSL manager only. Use his OQRS and minimize your mail expenses and risks (link below).

Callbook and other previously published direct mail addresses are not valid anymore. Local mail service is unreliable and rates are too high, up to 5 USD for an ordinary letter to some destinations, so beware that the usual 2 green stamps are not enough.Besides that, IRCs are useless.Direct mail with green stamps is usually stolen, so please, just dont send mail directly. The RCP Bureau service is not regular so don't expect to receive cards on return this way in a short time. Sorry.

QSL manager: W5UE (please read THIS). OQRS HERE

Randy Becnel, W5UE
P.O. Box 170
Kiln, MS 39556-0170







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