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Hi, I am sharing my interest between HF andVHF-SSB (my favourites bands are 6 to 40 meters). I love homebrewing my own equipment so that I learn a lot of things. The challenging of making own things working properly gives a lot of fun. You can get details of my homemade stuff at my web page.

Nowadays SOTA program (Summits on the Air) is my favorite ham activity. I have discovered the excitement of QRP and I'm trying to improve my CW skills. Combining the Radio with the pleasure of landscape scenarios and the simplicity of low power rigs is much Fun !!

For QSL: - BURO is 100% ok. LOTW: I upload my Contests and most normal qso yearly.

For DIRECT QSL cards: including SAE + IRC or Green Stamp will help me doing a faster reply.

I hope to get in contact with you soon again! Best wishes, saludos cordiales 73



Personal page: http://ea2bd.ure.es/

Portable project page: http://hamtennas.com/

This is a special page devoted to extreme portable operation. Created with the help of my friend Santi, EA2BSB.

Some pictures of recent activations or projects: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ea2bd/

Former Calls: EB2GWO & EC2ABD




I activated some references on the island. See full details on the 9H3BD call here in QRZ.com.

I used just QRP power levels with my FT-817, mainly active in HF.



I operated representing EA URE Headquarters in Spain with a group of amateurs running in 7 MHz CW.

Wow, incredible experience running a multiple 2 op. station!




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