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Finally I have got my spanish call sign. At first they gave me EA4IX and it was what I really wanted but in a month, with the "help" of some of my compatriots I had to give my EA4IX back and was given EA4CWW instead...

I was first licenced as UB5CDW in 1978, at the age of 16. In 1984 the call-sign system in the USSR was changed and I got my RB5CB, the call I used untill Ukraine gaining its independence in 1991. It was then when I got my UY7CW, the call valid nowadays...

I am life member of UB4CWW club station. The station does not exist anymore but all those who had once been its operators form a group of hams who take part in contests, DX-peditions and other types of amateur radio activities. To name a few calls they are US6CQ, UX7CQ, US7CQ (passed away 15.11.2011), UT7CR(also RG8K and chief operator of RK9KWI), UY0CA,US0CD,Igor - ex 4K3BB, UT7UW, UR7CW(silent key), UB5CDU(silent key), UB5CEJ(silent key) and many others.

I was team member of N4USA (CQWW Phone 1997), S01R (DX-PEDITION 2006), EF8A (CQWW Phone 2006), AM5R (CQWW Phone 2007), 9X0R (DX-PEDITION 2008), T70A (CQWW Phone 2010), C37N (CQ WW Phone 2011), RA/EA4CWW in Moscow (His Majesty the King of Spain SSB Contest 2014).

THIS IS MY QSL CARD (only 1000 availablewink)

Would you like to QSL?

My QSL policy is very simple: ONLY PAPER QSLs ARE WELCOME,
either via the Spanish bureau or direct.



Now... This is how my antennae field looks like. It was raining the day the picture was shot so the balun is protected by a plastic bag. Using this antenna and 100 watts I have 301 countries worked since 2006.

On the picture below my friends and I during CQ WW SSB DX Contest 2010

in Rep. of San Marino




This picture shows the same three during CQWW SSB DX Contest 2011, the QTH this time was in Andorra at C37NL. Contest call that we have used was C37N.




My station consists of an ICOM radio, ICOM-7000 with 100 watts and a portable dipole (BUDDIPOLE) on my balcony. So, if you have been able to receive my call, be proud then of your antenna system, your radio and, of course, of your beautiful earsyes Thank you for reading this short initiation and see you on the air soon... 73!





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