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HI7MC

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Miguel Caro de Leon
P. O. Box 209
22000 La Romana
Dominican Republic

NA
dominican republic
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Call data

Last update:2019-06-25 13:48:31
QTH:Dominican Republic
Continent:NA
Views:775
Main prefix:HI
Class:General
Latitude:18.4525092
Longitude:-69.0096706
Locator:FK58LK
IOTA:NA-096
DXCC Zone:72
ITU Zone:11
CQ Zone:8

Most used bands

40m
(32%)
20m
(31%)
15m
(24%)
10m
(11%)
80m
(3%)

Most used modes

SSB
(67%)
PSK31
(27%)
JT65A
(3%)
RTTY
(2%)
JT65
(2%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2018-11-10 16:07:46
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Hi to all,

My name is Miguel, Mike, for DXing. I was born on december 04, 1955 and married since 1981 with the same wonderfull woman, Berkis (HI7BFC). We have two sons and one daugther, they are 35, 33 and 23 years old.

I started in radio world in early 1987 (Barahona City), in Citizen Band, as many hams in Dominican Republic. Introduced by Domingo García "Loco Mecánico" (Crazy Mechanic), now SK.
First licenced tecnician on oct. 19, 1989 as HI5MCW in Barahona city, 200 kilometers southwestern Santo Domingo, capital city in Dominican Republic. In 2005 I moved to La Romana, 100 kilometers eastern Santo Domingo, and change my callsign to HI7MCW. In march 24, 2009 I upgraded my licence to general and change to HI7MC.

Normally I work on phone and digital modes.

I appreciate very much your QSL card, SWL report are very welcome too.

I return QSL 100% via direct, eQSL, LotW; and now on, I´m starting use the bureau to reply QSL coming in this way.

If you make contact with me and don't get my card, please send me an email to let me know.

Please don´t send IRC because is useless in this country. You don't have to send me ¨green stamps¨, but if you want to, you´ll be very welcome. SAE will be appreciate.


Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

My HF working conditions

Rigs are:
For HF:
1-Yaesu Mark V FT1000MP.
2-Icom IC 725.


For VHF:
1- Icom IC-275A.
2- Kenwood TM V7A.


The meters are:
For HF, Kenwood SW 2000, Heathkit HM-102.
For 2M and 70 Cm, Yaesu YS-500.

Tuner
Drake MN 2700 Matching Network

Amplifiers:
No amplifier at the moment.


Antennas:
Mosley CL33M (10, 15, and 20M) at 40´ up the ground.
Homebrew inverted V dipole for 40-80M.
Homebrew 5 element yagi for 2M,
Hustler G7 150-2 for VHF.

Thanks you all for visit my page, and remember, only Jesus can change and save you.


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