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In 1998 I got my first Amateur License Class B callsign EB7HPM. I have since operated mainly here in Huelva and Malaga. I started with a dualband transceiver ICOM ICW-32 I no longer hold. I have also used comercia VHF equipment Teltronic P-256S, ICOM IC-228H and an ICOM IC-28 all repaired or hand customized. I have also had an ICOM IC-207 several years about 2001-2002.

In portable shortwave I have worked a lot with the EC7ALV callsign, a portable vertical antenna, a battery and a TS-430 with a manual antenna tuner, where I made contact with the entire world in 2003-2004. Since the summer of 2005 I hold the EA7ARX callsign.

Also I work usually mobile in all bands with a FT-857 and an DX-UHV antenna. In portable for V/U I use a talky KENWOOD TH-F7E for HF and repeaters. I have an Walk About MKII antenna, a home made miracle wip with a Chinesse Li-On 3.5Ah battery that use with FT-817 in QRP portable. I have also chinesse rigs, DEGEN DE1103 for HF and Wouxun KG-UVD1 for street rude use.

Later in 2007 and 2009, I put finaly my antenna system comprising: Vertical V/UHF X-510, Wire dipole 40/80 with traps, rigid dipole ECO 10/15/20, 6m Beam 5 elem ECO, VHF Beam Crushcraft 13B2 (400W TE SYSTEM 1452G), UHF Beam Bagarda 19 elem (100W BQN), 1.2G Beam SHF 44 elem(10W). I have a FT-8900 and TS-2000X for VHF/UHF. I use a ICOM 746 what was recently updated by a IC-756 PROIII which is now my main radio equipment in HF.

In 2014 I did maintenance in the antennae and remove the 6m beam and rigid dipole. I change the X510 for a much shorter V2000. I put a WIMO 67 elements for 2.3GHz and a HF multiband antenna from EANTENNA, the MINI YAGI 3 bands. It is a "mini" HF beam easy to assemble and with good performance. 8.5m largest element, 5m boom.

I have also a second QTH in IM67ME near the beach in Punta Umbria. I have a wire dipole antena for HF, a X-50N for VHF/UHF and a VHF Beam 9 elem Tonna and 180W in VHF. I use a ICOM 746 from this location.

No 549 EA-QRP. See you soon in any band! 73s


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