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Mauricio Rodriguez Campos

Lima 15048 Lima
Peru

SA
peru
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Call data

Last update:2019-02-16 20:02:40
QTH:Lima
Continent:SA
Views:595
Main prefix:OA
Class:Novicio
Latitude:-12.1245170
Longitude:-77.0127880
Locator:FH17LV
DXCC Zone:136
ITU Zone:12
CQ Zone:10

QSL data

Last update:2016-08-01 19:08:27
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:QSL VIA BUREAU RADIO CLUB PERUANO P.BOX 538 LIMA 100 - PERU

Biography

My relationship with the radio as my childhood memories come from when listened to shortwave radio RCA my father. I invented without knowing dipole antenna for best reception.

Then, I knew my maternal uncle was ham radio (CE6BP), unfortunately he did not live in my city so I could know of his hobby, I have one of the QSL cards he sent.

With time at age 20 through a friend introduced me to the Citizens Band, so the simple and economic rigs could access a radio (Royce 639) and a good antenna Hy Gain 500 (at that time in Chile Subtel had permission with the call sign CAH-6136 and 3GTM-4587). The good part in that band was we met a group us behave as amateur with the support and direction of Francisco Pancho California, despite having legal call sign we put them fancy names for seasons, and there I called myself Eldorado Station.

With the small station I had great satisfaction as I could make good DX as Brazil, Peru, USA even Italy. Only with 12W power.

Over time responsibilities come with the children. So the radio is saved and the ham stay in "status quo" until now he aroused again, but now in amateur band. We will see go ahead.

Well the time has allowed me to get a Yaesu FT 857D (Bought new) and a Yaesu FT 900 (Bought used).And for V/U Bands JUENTAI JT-6188 Plus (Bought new).

As to make presence in the bands I inclined to make digital especially in JT65 mode 30m f 10.138 Mhz where I have achieved very good QSOs, Also I'm active in JT65 in 40m 7.076 Mhz.
I'll gradually integrating other modes such as RTTY and PSK31 if you are interested in maintaining a QSO by those modes with my station only write me an email telling me the frequency and time to do it. Something to consider that as a novice in my country I can only participate in the following bands.
I have intermediate category license in my country.
I can to participate in the follow bands:160 to 20m, 15m, 10m, 6m and 2m.

If you want to help me progress and so to ascend to Superior category just send me a QSL of our QSO, which would be grateful enough. I'll send you the mine like a return.

I have 2 antennas Comet CHA250BX for HF and Comet GP15 for VHF.

Moreover, I'm a member of the Radio Club Peruano. http://www.oa4o.org/ and ARRL.

Equipment

YAESU FT 857D
ICOM 2730A
JUENTAI JT-6188 Plus
ANTENNAS:
HF COMET CHA 250BX
HF (Field Day)End-Fed EFHW-8010
VHF/UHF COMET GP-15

  

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