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N3PV

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Pete M. Villaver

Spring Valley 91977
United States, CA

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Call data

Last update:2015-09-19 14:04:06
Continent:NA
Views:553
Main prefix:K
Class:Amateur Extra
Federal state:CA
US county:San Diego
Latitude:32.6607150
Longitude:-117.0337890
Locator:DM12LR
DXCC Zone:291
ITU Zone:6
CQ Zone:3
ULS record:4526059
Issued:2021-11-23

Most used bands

20m
(33%)
40m
(21%)
15m
(20%)
10m
(16%)
80m
(9%)

Most used modes

SSB
(61%)
RTTY
(19%)
CW
(14%)
JT65
(5%)
PSK31
(4%)

QSL data

eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography




Just call me "PETE". I used to live in Maryland then moved to Southern California and kept my 3rd Call Area Call Sign, N3PV

Sólo me llaman "Pete". Yo solía vivir en Maryland y luego fue trasladado al sur de California y mantuvieron a mi tercera llamada zona llamada, N3PV

ちょうど "" ピートは私を呼び出します。 私はそれからカリフォルニア州南部に移動し、私の 3 通話エリアを呼び出し、 N3PV 署名したメリーランド州のライブに使用される

Просто позвоните мне "Pete". Я использовал жить в Мэриленд затем переехал в Южной Калифорнии и хранить моего 3-м районе призыв позывной, N3PV

Rufen sie mich einfach "PETE". I used to live in Maryland zog dann in den Süden von Kalifornien und hat gehalten meine 3. Call Bereich Rufzeichen, N3PV

Net noem my Pete. Ek gebruik om te leef in Maryland toe verhuis na Suid-Kalifornië en bewaar my 3de oproep Call Sign, N3PV

就叫我“皮特”。 我曾经居住在马里兰州然后转移到南加州,并将我区第3呼号、N3PV

US NAVY (retired) - an aircraft carrier, a gator and a tin-can sailor. Sea duty tours were onboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CV63), USS Anchorage (LSD36), USS Rushmore (LSD47) and USS Cushing (DD985)

I also lived in Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa, Japan from 1998 to 2004 and my Japanese call sign: 7J1BAT

aka KO6JZ, W6PMV

AWARDS: DXCC, WAS, WAC, eDX™, ePFX300™, and eDX100™. I am currently working on my WAZ certificate.
MEMBERSHIP: ARRL, TIARA, SOBARS, 10-10 Int'l #74441, ECARS #3992, SATERN, ARES, EPC #16420
Accredited ARRL, W5YI and SANDARC Volunteer Examiner

ΑΦΩ, Freemason, 32° Scottish Rite Mason

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment


My 10-Meter Beacon is intermittently operational, QRG at 28.228.80 MHz with 5 watts power output. It is a properly coordinated beacon by IARU Region 2. Please send QSL to n3pv@amsat.org with RST and UTC date/ time received.

I operate HF mobile especially in 40 meters on my 2010 Toyota Tacoma truck using Yaesu FT 857D into a Hi-Q 4/80 RT screwdriver antenna and a Handi-Mic HC5 Heil microphone providing a better audio quality. The power to the radio is maintained at least 12.8 VDC (even if the engine is turned OFF) by a 2 Farad capacitor hooked up to truck's battery.

My mobile APRS station is also "ON" most of the time while I am mobile, track me at N3PV-9 APRS mobile station .

At my hamshack, Yaesu FT-950 with a Heil PR-781 microphone and inline to drive an Ameritron AL-80B amplifier into LDG AT-1000Pro Auto tuner as the primary set of my transceiver. My back-up transceiver is a Yaesu FT-920 with a Heil GM5 Gold line microphone and inline to drive a Kenwood TL-922A amplifier into an Ameritron ATR-30 antenna tuner. My HF antenna is a modest Sloper Ultimax DXExtreme(1MHz to 54MHz) end-fed mounted at 40 feet above the ground on an elevation of approximately 440 feet ASL. This is a not big gun antenna but it surely get my transmission out--- (if you can't hear me, then the band is "dead").

For portable operation, like camping or at the beach, I operate my Yaesu FT-897D with an LDG AT-897 Plus autotuner interfaced to my Dell laptop and a West Mountain Radio RIGblaster Plug and Play sound card adapter into an end-fed wire antenna.

For digital modes operation in HF bands, I am very active in PSK31 and RTTY using my Yaesu FT-950 and interfaced with a Signalink USB sound card adapter. I primarily use Digital Master 780 for my software . I also operate CW normally on 40-, 20- and 80-meter bands. Occasionally, I operate SSTV, too. I am into the JT65 mode as well; it's fun and exciting with qrp (low power).

Other accessories in my hamshack includes LP-PAN Software Defined IQ Panadapter interfaced to E-MU 0204 Creative Sound Blaster sound card. My computer is a home built Pentium 4 Intel Dou Core CPU 3Ghz with 4GB Ram operating on Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit; all interfaced to the radios and these accessories.

I have my APRS station (VHF digital mode) at home - N3PV-10 which serves as a digipeater and internet gate (iGate) for southwestern section of the US continent. For usual VHF/UHF FM mode I use my Yaesu FTM-350AR or My Yaesu VX8DR hand held radio and APRS ready with the FGPS-2 installed.

I use the N3FJP AC3 logging softwares for contesting and Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook for my primary logging programs. I QSL 100% using LOTW, eQSL [AG] (I upload my QSOs every Saturdays at 0500 UTC) or QRZ.COM - whatever your pleasure, I always QSL. For the traditional QSL cards, please send direct with SAE - no IRC required. My logs can be seen online via HRDLOG.net.

  

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