Keko Diez TI5KD
|Carlos (Keko) Diez was first
licensed in 1980 as TI2KD. I soon became interested in antenna
building, DX, and low power operating. Have done most of my tower and
antenna constructing since.
Having been a high school Science and Biology teacher for several years in the past, I enjoy passing on what I have learned. Amateur Radio has been a great activity through which I have made many friends around the world. We share time here in Costa Rica with some, or visit with them while traveling abroad.
Most of my ham activities center around DXing on HF and VHF, contesting, DXpeditioning besides participation in events like Field Day, Jamboree on the Air, Kids Day, IOTAs and Emergency Communications, under several call signs.
As an active member of TI0RC, the Costa Rica Radio Club, we promote educational ham activities among the newcomers and keep together to enhance our hobby.
Rob Lunsford KB8UEY
Jim Storms AB8YK
|Rob and Jim are our webmasters
Youth DX Adventure.
addition to this Rob is also the QSL manager for the Dayton Amateur
Radio Association (W8BI). Rob was originally licensed in
1994 as a Technician and upgraded to General in August 2007. Rob
active in several contests and in working HF on all bands. Rob is
native of the Dayton, OH area and currently works full time for
Montgomery County and on the side as a Firefighter/EMT. When not
playing radio Rob enjoys camping and fishing.
Jim enjoys contesting and is a member of the HHARC VE team. Jim is a frequent member of the TI5N CQWW contest team. He enjoys contesting and DX’ing. Originally licensed as a Technician in 2002 he upgraded to Extra in 2005.