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YY4IVB

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Inés Baptista

2050 Puerto Cabello
Venezuela, Carabobo

SA
venezuela
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Call data

Last update:2014-06-05 12:44:34
Continent:SA
Views:903
Main prefix:YV
Federal state:Carabobo
Latitude:10.5000000
Longitude:-69.0000000
Locator:FK50
DXCC Zone:148
ITU Zone:12
CQ Zone:9

QSL data

Last update:2014-06-05 12:43:33
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

Hello fellow Ham Radio Operator!

I got my ham radio operator license since May 2013, but I have very little time DX'ing. My husband and I like to go out portable. Mostly on 10m and 15m bands.

As you can see I'm a rookie and for a Venezuelan operator it takes to contact 75 countries worldwide confirmed by physical QSL cards to upgrade our Ham Radio License Class, also LoTW is allowed. Help me up a bit with your QSL card! It'll be very appreciated...

Good Luck and good DX's everyone!
73.
Inés YY4IVB.

Equipment

"Y" Dipole 40/15m. At home I operate with an Icom IC736. 50 to 100 watts tops.

On my mobile station I operate with a Hustler antenna and a Yaesu FT857D.

Portable station is also quite simple, wire dipoles or "Y" dipole 10/15m are in our common choices, with an old Kenwood TS50S with its tuner.

  

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