XR3Y - Contest Call (2012-2013)

XQ7UP - QTH Coyhaique

XQ3UP - QTH Santiago

XQ7UP/3 - QTH Santiago

XQ7UP/2 - 2014 Portable Operation from Olmue

XQ7UP/2 - 2013 Portable Operation from El Quisco

XQ7UP/1 - 2008 Portable Operation from Iquique

 

Managed Callsigns: CE3PCG - 3G200PCG - CE3W - CB3C - CB3N - CB44CC - CE3Z - XR80PDI - XR203CHI - XR150CBS - XR5L - XR6CLJ

Logs will be periodical uploded to LoTW and eQSL.

Due to periodic inquiries from amateurs about XR5L (Santa Maria Island 2009 - IOTA 070) Expedition QSL card, I have decided to print some QSL cards to help those who need it for IOTA credit. Requests should be made via direct. Please check the log before, It's published in Clublog and OQRS is now available. Any questions send email to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla..

 

For Direct QSL Card please print next label:

All logs has been uploaded to LoTW, eQSL and Clublog. If you haven't received credit send me a note.

Note that I use separated logs for every operation so consider this when uploading to LoTW.

 

For QSL Cards
  • Direct (Include SASE - IRC or GS).

  • Bureau (*).

  • SWL reports are welcome.

  • LoTW (Weekly upload).

  • eQSL.

 

(*) I don't send QSL Cards via Bureau by myself, anyway I receive and answer all Bureau QSL cards. Once received I will answer it and send by the same way.

 

OQRS is available for Direct and Buro requests. Anyway, please send me your Paper QSL Card at last via Bureau. I will appreciate it.

 

 

 

 

DIGITAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP

  • EPC # 16707
  • DMC # 05249
  • BDM # 3721
 

CONFIRMED DXCC ENTITIES

  • DXCC Award Mixed: 199/204
  • DXCC Award CW: 79/97 (** Not Awarded yet)
  • DXCC Award Phone: 182/193
  • DXCC Award Digital: 121/133
  • DXCC Award 20 Meters: 134/153
  • DXCC Award 17 Meters: 7/12 (** Not Awarded yet)
  • DXCC Award 15 Meters: 91/111 (** Not Awarded yet)
  • DXCC Award 12 Meters: 54/74 (** Not Awarded yet)
  • DXCC Award 10 Meters: 163/167

 

UNCONFIRMABLE ENTITIES:4

 

Antena Setup @ Santiago (Dipole Antenna for 10 m with extensionwirefor 12 & 15 m)

I am actually working on 10 meter band. My working conditions are ICOM IC-706MKIIg, Dipole Antena and Homemade Interface. This is due to the short space in my apartment.
 
 
 

Antena Setup @ Coyhaique (Palombo for 10 -15 & 20 m - 5 Element Monoband for 10 m - Dipoles for 40 & 80 m)

 


About Me

I got my first license in 1993 and it was CE7SYA when I was only 16 years old. In august 1995 I got my General class license and It changed to the callsing CE7UP in november 1995. CE7UP was the callsing of my father until 1995 (SK). In 2004, I changed to Superior Class License and I my callsing changed (again) to XQ7UP. I have been operator of CE6O (Special Call for Federachi's Contest), XR6CLJ (Special Call), XR37HT (Special Call), CE6M (Mocha Island Lighthouse DX'Pedition), CE6N (Niebla II Lighthouse Activation), XR7F (Frutillar Lighthouse Activation), XR5L (Santa Maria Island Lighthouse DX'Pedition) and XR2A (Punta Angeles Lighthouse Activation). I am also member of Austral University of Chile Amateur Radio Club (CE6CLJ - Honnor Member), The Three Stars DX Group, Radio Club de Chile (CE3AA), Radio Club De Los Rios (CE6RCR - Founder Member), Radio Club Coyhaique Aliro Asenjo (CE7CYH), Radio Club Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (CE3RAC) and Chilean Pacific DX Group (CE3PCG - Founder Member). My preference is DXing.

 

* My Father and Me at home when I was about 5 years old. * Me at CE3AA, Radio Club of Chile.

 
Contests & Awards
 
DXCC Awards are dedicated in memory of my father.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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