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XE1DZ

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Luis Antonio Hernandez Diaz

91193 Xalapa, Veracruz
Mexico

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mexico
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Call data

Previous call:XE1UYC
Last update:2018-04-02 21:53:14
Continent:NA
Views:198
Main prefix:XE
US county:Veracruz, Mexico
Latitude:19.5215650
Longitude:-96.8763610
Locator:EK19NM
DXCC Zone:50
ITU Zone:10
CQ Zone:6

QSL data

Last update:2017-06-29 22:57:14
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

IF YOU ARE READING MY BIOGRAPHY, SAFE WE HAVE A PLEASANT QSO. IT WAS A PLEASURE TO RECEIVE YOU IN MY STATION, WHICH GIVES ME GREAT SATISFACTION. THANKS FOR YOUR KIND VISIT.

I commented:

I started from very young in the amateur radio, going through the very popular Citizen Band, hand in hand with my older brother BENITO, 10-28 "ZORRO BLANCO", (RIP). I got my first callsign, XE1UYC, for the year of 1998. 20 years later, on 2018, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications authorized my current callsign, XE1DZ.

I have participated in activities to support the community in disaster situations, with the installation of portable stations in the affected areas, such as the emergency suffered by the floods in 1999 in the northern area of ​​Veracruz, Mexico, that has left me great satisfaction.

Through this hobby I have met many radio amateurs, many of great value, as real fans and as human beings.

I currently work the digital modes, PSK31 and SSTV, with a Kenwood TS140S, the AT-250, and a homemade interface. In phone, with a Kenwood TS2000, equipped with a studio microphone Shure PGA27 and a mixer Behringer Xenyx1002FX; a TS440S with MC60 microphone; an Icom IC-706MKIIG with SM20 microphone; and an old but magnificent IC-730 (my first HF) with a Cobra microphone adapted. For mobile or portable operation, I work with a Yaesu FT747GX, the IC-706MKIIG, and a Yaesu FT-1500. In antennas, I have a HyGain TH3MKIII, for 20-15-10 meters; a Double Bazooka for 80-40 meters; the Solarcom A99 for 10-11 meters; and the Vertical and Directionals for 2m and 70cm.

I'm interested in the 6 meter band. I will make modifications in my tower for the installation of the antenna and work this band, and also install the Rotating Dipole for 40 meters that is necessary, and finally make it "justice to the investment".

I would like to work with the 160 meter band, but I do not have the necessary space to install antennas for this band. Pity!!!



I SENT YOU A CORDIAL GREETING AND AN AFFECTIVE HUG FROM XALAPA, MX.

73's



LUIS ANTONIO, XE1DZ

Equipment

Equipment of the Station:

=> Kenwood TS-140S;
=> Kenwood AT-250 Antena Tunner;
=> Kenwood TS-2000, equipped with a microphone Shure PGA27 and a mixer Behringer Xenyx1002FX;
=> Kenwood TS-440S with MC60 microphone;
=> Icom IC-706MKIIG with Icom SM-20 microphone;
=> Icom IC-730 (my first HF) with a microphone Cobra Dinamic CA-61 adapted;
=> Yaesu FT-1500M;
=> Homemade interface for the digital modes, PSK31 and SSTV.


Antennas of the Station:

=> HyGain TH3-MKIII, for 20-15-10 meters;
=> Double Bazooka for 80-40 meters;
=> Solarcom A99 for 10-11 meters;
=> Vertical and Directionals for 2m and 70cm.


Equipment for Mobile and Portable operation.

=> Yaesu FT-747GX,
=> Icom IC-706MKIIG,
=> Yaesu FT-1500M.

  

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