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DV1KD - Kim Domingo


DV1KD
Kim Domingo
General Class
DV1KD Ham Since 1988
Philippines

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Other Callsigns
DV1LFK General Class (Class B)
DY1JHD Novice Class (Class D 1991)


KB 80-00 (Kabalikat Manila North)
Scout 7 (Gagalangin Volunteers, Inc.)
Fighter 6 (Manila Gagalangin Fire Volunteer, Inc.)
Diliman Alpha (Diliman Fire & Rescue Volunteer, Inc.)

My Ham Radio Interests
Hi there fellow Ham de DV1KD (formerly DV1LFK) my handle is Kim. I'm a holder of Class B (General Class) Amateur Radio Station License. Art Director by profession and a Master Mason.

I'm a member of DX1ER (Amateur Communicators for Emergency Response or ACER) and associate member of DX2AAA (Association of Active Amateurs, Inc.).

Other activities are Electronics, Mountain Biking, Ice Hockey, Firefighting, Practical Shooting and Freemasonry.

On weekends, I spend my time talking with other Ham operators locally. I also do QSO with other Hams around the world via HF Radio and Echolink.

I have been in the hobby for almost 20 years. My interest with amateur radio started during my grade school days when my father listens to his Short Wave Receiver every morning before bringing me to my school. My interest grew more after experiencing real QSO with other radio operators on 10 meter band.

July of 1991 was the date that I passed my first Ham license (Novice Class-Amateur Class D) and on that same year I acquired my first 2 meter amateur radios the Icom IC-02AT and IC-28H. Eventually I bought more radios and gradually build my own hamshack.

I went off the air for quite sometime. But few years after, I decided to continue my favorite hobby and went back on the air waves again. Last 2006 I took and passed my Technician Class (Amateur Class C) license. Then after a week I passed my General Class (Amateur Class B) examination and registered my DV1 prefix callsign.

Most of the time I operate my station on several amateur bands. 40 meter, 20 meter, 15 meter, 10 meter, 2 meter and 70 cm bands. You can catch me on 7.045 MHz, 7.095 MHz, 144.620 MHz DX1ER (ACER), 144.660 MHz (DX1ARM Simplex) and 434.400 MHz + 5.00 pl 88.5 repeater.

You can also add my echolink node to your favorites DV1KD-R node # 317788 or connect to TRIARC or CALNEV Conference Server. Hope to work with your station soon.

73 and Mabuhay!


QTH: Manila, Philippines

My exact coordinates (based on my GPS locator) 14 degrees & 37' 28.81"N and 120 degrees & 58' 17.40"E.

ITU Zone: 50, CQ Zone: 27, IARU Region: 3 Oceania, Grid Loc. PK04lo

Equipment
HF:
Icom IC-736

2 meter Radio:
Icom IC-2200H
Icom IC-2100H
Yaesu FT-1802M
Yaesu VX-150
Motorola GM300
Motorola GP88

220 MHz:
Icom IC-38A

70 cm Radio:
Alinco 435-A
Motorola GM300 UHF Link
Yaesu FT-7200 UHF Echolink

Repeater System:
CAT 250 repeater controller
Motorola GM300 RX Radio
Motorola MaraTrac TX Radio
Motorola GM300 UHF Link Radio
Yaesu FT-27200 UHF Echolink
Diamond X510 RX, TX
Diamond CP22E Link Antenna
Cellwave VHF Duplexer

Echolink:
Pentium III 800 MHz
Homebrew TNC link board

Antenna:
Diamond CP22E
Diamond X300
Diamond X510
Cushcraft ARX450B

Accessories:
Vibroplex Keyer Standard
Diamond SX200
Echomax with Shure Mic
Zebra 30 amps PS
Zebra 15 amps PS
BOL Digital HT charger
Tokyo Hy-power HL-82V linear amplifier
Vibroplex standard keyer

Previous Acquired Rigs:
Kenwood TS-440S
Kenwood TH-22A
Kenwood TM733
Icom F320
Icom IC-02A
Icom H16
Icom U16
Icom IC-28H
Icom IC-2SRA
Alinco DR130
Alinco DR430
Motorola GP2000

Other Interests
Freemasonry, Firefighting, Electronics, Digital Photography, Mountain Biking, Ice Hockey and Practical Shooting.

Clubs
DX2AAA - Association of Active Amateurs (Associate Member)
DX1ER - Amateur Communicators for Emergency Response (A.C.E.R.)
PARA - Philippine Amateur Radio Association
CNARN - Califronia Nevada Amateur Radio Network

DV1KD's Ham Shack

 
Callsign DV1KD
Name Kim Domingo
Country Philippines
License Class General
Been a Ham Since 1988
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Joined 08/03/2008
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Other/Previous Callsigns
DV1LFK GENERAL CLASS (CLASS B)
DY1JHD NOVICE CLASS (CLASS D 1991)


KB 80-00 (KABALIKAT MANILA NORTH)
SCOUT 7 (GAGALANGIN VOLUNTEERS, INC.)
FIGHTER 6 (MANILA GAGALANGIN FIRE VOLUNTEER, INC.)
DILIMAN ALPHA (DILIMAN FIRE & RESCUE VOLUNTEER, INC.)

My Ham Radio Interests
Hi there fellow Ham de DV1KD (formerly DV1LFK) my handle is Kim. I'm a holder of Class B (General Class) Amateur Radio Station License. Art Director by profession and a Master Mason.

I'm a member of DX1ER (Amateur Communicators for Emergency Response or ACER) and associate member of DX2AAA (Association of Active Amateurs, Inc.).

Other activities are Electronics, Mountain Biking, Ice Hockey, Firefighting, Practical Shooting and Freemasonry.

On weekends, I spend my time talking with other Ham operators locally. I also do QSO with other Hams around the world via HF Radio and Echolink.

I have been in the hobby for almost 20 years. My interest with amateur radio started during my grade school days when my father listens to his Short Wave Receiver every morning before bringing me to my school. My interest grew more after experiencing real QSO with other radio operators on 10 meter band.

July of 1991 was the date that I passed my first Ham license (Novice Class-Amateur Class D) and on that same year I acquired my first 2 meter amateur radios the Icom IC-02AT and IC-28H. Eventually I bought more radios and gradually build my own hamshack.

I went off the air for quite sometime. But few years after, I decided to continue my favorite hobby and went back on the air waves again. Last 2006 I took and passed my Technician Class (Amateur Class C) license. Then after a week I passed my General Class (Amateur Class B) examination and registered my DV1 prefix callsign.

Most of the time I operate my station on several amateur bands. 40 meter, 20 meter, 15 meter, 10 meter, 2 meter and 70 cm bands. You can catch me on 7.045 MHz, 7.095 MHz, 144.620 MHz DX1ER (ACER), 144.660 MHz (DX1ARM Simplex) and 434.400 MHz + 5.00 pl 88.5 repeater.

You can also add my echolink node to your favorites DV1KD-R node # 317788 or connect to TRIARC or CALNEV Conference Server. Hope to work with your station soon.

73 and Mabuhay!


QTH: Manila, Philippines

My exact coordinates (based on my GPS locator) 14 degrees & 37' 28.81"N and 120 degrees & 58' 17.40"E.

ITU Zone: 50, CQ Zone: 27, IARU Region: 3 Oceania, Grid Loc. PK04lo

My Equipment
HF:
Icom IC-736

2 meter Radio:
Icom IC-2200H
Icom IC-2100H
Yaesu FT-1802M
Yaesu VX-150
Motorola GM300
Motorola GP88

220 MHz:
Icom IC-38A

70 cm Radio:
Alinco 435-A
Motorola GM300 UHF Link
Yaesu FT-7200 UHF Echolink

Repeater System:
CAT 250 repeater controller
Motorola GM300 RX Radio
Motorola MaraTrac TX Radio
Motorola GM300 UHF Link Radio
Yaesu FT-27200 UHF Echolink
Diamond X510 RX, TX
Diamond CP22E Link Antenna
Cellwave VHF Duplexer

Echolink:
Pentium III 800 MHz
Homebrew TNC link board

Antenna:
Diamond CP22E
Diamond X300
Diamond X510
Cushcraft ARX450B

Accessories:
Vibroplex Keyer Standard
Diamond SX200
Echomax with Shure Mic
Zebra 30 amps PS
Zebra 15 amps PS
BOL Digital HT charger
Tokyo Hy-power HL-82V linear amplifier
Vibroplex standard keyer

Previous Acquired Rigs:
Kenwood TS-440S
Kenwood TH-22A
Kenwood TM733
Icom F320
Icom IC-02A
Icom H16
Icom U16
Icom IC-28H
Icom IC-2SRA
Alinco DR130
Alinco DR430
Motorola GP2000

Other Interests
Freemasonry, Firefighting, Electronics, Digital Photography, Mountain Biking, Ice Hockey and Practical Shooting.

My Radio Clubs
DX2AAA - Association of Active Amateurs (Associate Member)
DX1ER - Amateur Communicators for Emergency Response (A.C.E.R.)
PARA - Philippine Amateur Radio Association
CNARN - Califronia Nevada Amateur Radio Network

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Latest Station Blog

UHF Link Radio for Echolink 7/31/2009 8:02:49 PM (5715 views) (2 comments)

Hi Everyone. I'm currently building my RF UHF link for echolink communication. I already got my Yaesu FT-7200 and UHF Ringo Ranger antenna donated by N6GMS (many thanks to Glenn Sison N6GMS). I'm on the stage of pinning the radio to my homebrew link board and tonight will test and run the system. Tomorrow morning (Aug. 2, 2009), I will setup the ...

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