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QSL: Lotw or direct.No bureau,if posible.See my qsl policy

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QSL policy: HF qsos pse Lotw or eqsl.

                    50,70,144 Mhz or above qsos pse Lotw or paper qsl via direct.SAE apreciated.

                    Qsls cards via bureau  last choice.

My axioms:
-Life is too short for qrp,.... and for the qsling via bureau !angel
-The HF is too easy: you can get anywhere.

I've been EH1YV at 50 Mhz.

I plead DXer on Vhf and Uhf. I am active in 50-70 -144 and 432 MHz. (In HF digital modes only).
I am active in Tr-Es-Ms-Eme.
My current installation 7 el.M2 yagi for 50 Mhz.;6 el. yagi for 70 Mhz. full elevation;4x17 M2 for 144 Mhz full elevation ,and 31 el.yagi full elevation for 432 Mhz.
Maximum legal power.

I own the DXCC number 771 in 50 Mhz.

In 144 I have worked 94 entities(93 confirmed, EW/UY5HF unconfirmed), 542 grids ,and 1,200 QSOs via Eme.In 50 Mhz  146 entities, 746 grids.In 70 Mhz.43 DXCC,185 grids.

The eQSLs are good but are not valid for many awards.I need paper qsls via bureau  direct if you prefer.Via bureau in last choice.

Notes:

As you know Spain is a country different in some aspects:Spanish Tortilla, bulls,  wink.

I guess every country has its own idiosyncrasies.

It is also in some respects regarding amateur radio: Here there is a "play-off" of codes. Codes are assigned by alphabetical order by the administration after your amateur radio exam, but if you do not like you touched or three letter suffix can request your exchange by one of two letters.

I think it is a unique system in the world.The system does not like at all and sometimes produces some misunderstandings and small problems of coexistence.

When you are contacting a Spanish station are two-letter suffix corresponding to the beginning of the alphabet not necessarily assume age or old to the hobby by your correspondent that could be inferred from a strict alphabetical order.

I apologize for my bad English, translation has been made ​​with the Google translator.

 

 

 

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