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Jun, NH0E has ceased handling cards sent through him since April, 2000. Please send them directly to my QSL info or through the Philippine QSL Bureau (Philippine Amateur Radio Association - PARA)

I'm glad you found your way to my humble domicile on the net. This site may not offer anything out of the ordinary but I do hope you enjoy your stay. Okay, enough of the crap and let me introduce myself:

Operator Name
Eduardo "Ed" Salcedo
"B" (1st licensed in 1997)

Municipality of San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines
CQ Zone 27, ITU Zone 50, IOTA OC-042 GL PK04mo

QSL Info
PO Box SM 284, Manila 1016, Philippines
Yaesu FT-900/CAT with 500Hz CW filter and homebrew RS-232 interface
Bencher BY-1 with locally made clear acrylic cover courtesy of DU1COO
Cushcraft A4-S (30ft high), dipole on 40m
Power Meter
RF Applications VFD Wattmeter
Yaesu G-450XL modified to run on 220VAC
Power Supply
Zebra ZR-2402HD (24 amps max)

AMD Athlon XP 1600+ running at 1900+ (1.64 GHz)
Thermaltake Volcano 9 Heatsink/Fan
Epox 8k5a motherboard
256 MB Apacer DDR-SDRAM (PC2100)
20GB Seagate Barracuda IV HD drive
40GB Seagate Barracuda IV HD drive
Plextor 16/10/40A CD-RW drive
Creative Audigy DE sound card
Leadtek GeForce2 GTS (32MB) graphics accelerator card
19" Mag XJ810 Monitor
Enermax CS-A1QX-02 Casing w/ 300W Power Supply

Logger by Bob Furzer (K4CY) - freeware with lots of useful features
Writelog by W5XD - windows-based contest logger supporting most of the major contests. RTTY, PSK31 and DVK using soundcard
QSL Printing
BV7 QSL Labels by DF3CB - another freeware, great for printing QSL labels and logging too!

This site was last updated on December 2002
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