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ZP5YW Paraguay flag Paraguay

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QSL: LOTW / EQSL / MGR: W5UE (MAIL & OQRS) / NO DIRECT

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About MIKE, Miguel Gonzalez A. (ZP5YW)

Born 1956. Licensed October 1975. Dedicated to DX since first qsos.

Awards: #1 DXCC (Top of Honor Roll 351/340 entities), 9 bands DXCC (5BDXCC #3210 + 12 + 17 + 30 meters endorsements + 6m DXCC #397), CW DXCC, Digital DXCC, 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, qsl nabager and awards manager).

Current activity: mostly JT65HF, JT9-1 (specially at and below 10 Mhz), BPSK-63, RTTY and some SSB/CW on all bands from 6 to 80 meters. Search and pounce on major contests "just for fun". Contest logs are allways sent to confirm mutipliers. If you've worked me on JT65 and/or JT9 please don't call me for a duplicate qso on the same band. These modes are very efficient with low signals but they are quite slow so a dup qso is just a waste of time.

Station setup: HF: Kenwood TS-590, Drake L4-B amplifier (fully updated), Ameritron ALS-600S amplifier (no-tune for quick band changes).

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, 450 ohms ladder line fed 80m inverted V dipole @ 18 mH with MFJ-989B tuner.

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), fan dipole for the MFJ-1206 noise reduction/diversity reception, 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 (preferred) and eQSL.cc for "virtual QSLs". NO BUREAU NOR DIRECT MAIL PLEASE !!!
Log data is uploaded / updated on weekends. Please request printed cards to QSL manager only, or better yet, use his OQRS and minimize mail risks (link below).


Callbook and other previously published direct mail addresses are no longer valid. 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. Sorry. Please manage all paper qsl operations via W5UE only.

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

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

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