I think I passed my HAM examination in 1987 but I got my first call sign in 1990 as EC4DIW. A few months later I obtained the call sign EA4ATI.
I am a contester and I love DXing. I have participated in several activities in Spain and Dx-pedition to IOTA: EU080, EU077 and more.
I have also participated in the following DX:
Z39A in 2002: http://www.qsl.net/ea4ati/z39a.htm
XT2ATI and XT2TI in 2002 and 2003: http://www.qsl.net/ea4ati/xt2ati.htm
HP1/EA4ATI, in 2003-2005 HP2L, from Gamboa Lighthouse in Panama in 2005
6W/EA4ATI and 6W1EA in 2005-2006: http://madrono.net
6W1EA from Goree Island (AF-045), in July 2005: http://madrono.net
3XY9B in August 2006: http://madrono.net
HI5/EA4ATI, HI3CCP and HI3C in 2007: http://madrono.net
9M2/EA4ATI and 9M2TI between 2008 and 2011: http//madrono.net
In August2009 I went to Nauru for a dxpedition using the callsign C21TI for a few days: http://c21ti.madrono.net/
In 2010 I was able to operate the JU1DX station during the WPX SSB contest 2010, from Ulaan Baator (Mongolia)
I got first positions and won some contests from some of these locations. Please visit http://madrono.net webpage for information on my operating activities
In August 2012I visited the D64K dxpedition and operanted it for a few hours.
From July 2012 I have the call sign 5Z4/EA4ATI (pse qsl via EA4YK). After the approval of the use of 6m band in Kenya, I did the first QSO ever on this band on 16 May 2015 at 18:18 UTC with TJ3SN.
In 2013 and 2014 I got the callsign 5Z4T to participate in the CQ WW SSB contest and CQ WW WPX SSB.
In 2015, I operated the station ET3AA for a few hours during the CQ WPX SSB contest.
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