ZL/EA1CDV From 15 October to 5 November 2015
Special QSL card via EA4SC Nacho
QSL vía Buro: YES
QSL direct: YES (2$ contribution please)
QSL electronic: YES (eQSL only)
Motorhome QTH from who knows in North Isl or South Isl. Yaesu Ft857/100w, Vertical 1/4 or Half Wave or End feed vertical or slopper setup.
Special thanks: EA4SC, EA4DVE, EA4NA, EA4GRN, EA4TA, EA4AA, EC4JD and friends
I prefer QSL card via Bureau, but E-QSL's are welcome also.
Actual Working Conditions:
Kenwood TS-570D Yaesu FT857D Kenwood TM-710D VHF-UHF-APRS
Ultimate U3 WSPR/QRSS system:150 mw output 100khz-60Mhz DDS.
Ultralight Cobweb Antenna 6, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20m @6m By:EA1CDV ®
End feed slopping Vee inverted 35m long, with ATU. Multiband system.
VHF/UHF: Comet GP-1M @6m (VHF-UHF)
More info about UltraLight Cobweb Antenna system / Antena de Tendal Multibanda para HF Ultraligera
More info about antenna system an other radio proyects in my Radio Blog: http://ea1cdv.blogspot.com/
Others hobbies are:
Trout & Carp FlyFishing and Spinning (Catch & Release)
Surfing in Cantabric Sea & Mountain Bike races.
A litle bit of History about Radio and me:
Hi all, I'm in radio since wen I was a child. My parents buy me a pair of walki talki, and this way of communication hook me until today. I was only 4 years old.
At 14 years old, had my first "serius" CB Walky Talky, Great 3wats, 3 channels, and one year later I can buy my first CB SSB tranceiver: Super Star 3900, with coverage from 25mhz to 28 mhz, AM, FM, SSB. My antena was Tagra BT-210, ringo type antena with big ground plane. I keep a lot of QSL cards over the world in 11 meters band. My callsing 30-TR-200, Tweed Radio Group.At 17 years old, pass my first amateur exam "EB" license, and buy a 144 mhz Talky. I was enjoying with radio packet BBS system, and making a lot of contacs in 11 mtrs band in SSB with only 12wats and vertical Ringo GP (5/8), also I made SSTV DX in 11 mtrs band, and packet radio with PG-Group 11 mtrs BBS in SSB.At 23 years old, pass my second amateur exam, and licenced with EC restricted license. It was difficult because morse code at 7 wpm was requerided to pass it. With this licence, I could transmit in part of 80 mtrs, 15 mtrs, and 10 mtrs band in SSB and other modes. My equipment go ahead, and bought an Kenwood 570-D, and Butternut antenna HF9V to reach all amateur bands.At 24 years old, I pass my third exam (with morse code at 12 wpm), and take my definitive call: EA1CDV, now My equipment is the same, plus: Yaesu FT-857, and VHF/UHF Kenwood TM-710 with APRS.
Now I live in Madrid, NOT in Santander, I'm SAP PM & WCM consultant. Sometimes, on holidays, and weekends, I travel to Santander to see my parents and friends. I hope to meet you again on the air, or drinking a beer, ;), my QSL card is sure via Bureau+E_QSL for a momment. I hope you send me your QSL card for my collection.
73, and good Radio. Antonio.
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