NEW CALLSIGN: !!!!!! CE3KHZ !!!!!!!!!
The ham radio for me is more than a hobby. Lover of the DX, contests over all in CW mode, like the RTTY, PSK31.
I had the indicative: CO2UG, CO2MHZ, for a total of 5 years.
I have participated in multiple competitions, with my callsign or as a member of special stations.
Working as CA3KHZ
- CQ WPX SSB 2010 SOLP40--------># 6 in South America
- CQ WPX CW 2010 SOLP40--------> # 1 in South America
- ARRL 10 Meter CW 2010
- CQ WW DX CW 2010
- ARRL DX SSB 2005 (Third Place World)
- WPX SSB 2005
- ARRL DX CW 2006
- WPX CW 2006
- CQ WW CW 2006
- CQ WPX CW 2007
- CQ WW SSB 2006
Working as CO2UG:
- CQ WW CW 2004
- VOLTA RTTY DX CONTEST
Working as CO2MHZ :
- ARRL INTERNATIONAL DX CONTEST CW 2007.
- CQ WW WPX RTTY 2007.
- MANCHESTER MINEIRA CONTEST2007 ALL AMERICA CW.
DX Stations: CO0J, CO0T, CO0I, CO0JMP
I live in a 18-story building, on the floor No 9. building management does not give me authorization to install antennas on the roof so with the help of a great colleague (ce3jpb) installed this monster. The coaxial cable from my TS440S out this fishing rod "antenna" is connected to cables 40 and 10 meters that hang from the rod fiberglass folding (folded three rods are about 1.3 meters). Initially the idea was only to receive but was able to do much more than that. If you are looking at today is because of it.
See you in the air