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Greetings from Spain, thank you for reading me and for looking up my information in QRZ.com

My name is Rafael (Rafa for my friends).
I was born in 1976 in Sanlucar de Barrameda (Cadiz), in the mouth of Guadalquivir River, Southwest of Spain (Andalucia y OLE!).
I am married to a dark-haired and green eyes wonderful woman. We have a dalmatian called "Lola" who lives with us.

I began in the ham radio with only 10 years old, when my father gave me a CB Walkie-Talkie with only 2 channels (27 MHz) and then my callsign was "Mad Little Bird". Nowadays, some people still call me by that name.


I got my first licence EB7DSV in 1994 when I was 17 years old. In 2006 I upgraded to extra class with callsign EA7HOH.

I am Merchant Marine Radio Officer and I worked in Telefonica's Maritime Service (known as Radio Coastal Station) , in the Radio Maritime Communications Center based on Valencia city.

You can listen to me in all HF bands in SSB, CW and some digital modes.
I like the Spanish Contests, and the DX,s in which I am doing wonderful contacts with marvellous people.

Sometimes, I do my transmissions in REMOTE mode because of my job, using the DIGICAT cable and the HAM RADIO DELUXE and IP-SOUND softwares. Thank to EA7DLD for his disinterested help.

I use as logbook the EA6DDLog software. It's great, easy and free (only in Spanish Language).

 

NOTE: I maintain this website in English. Please bear in mind that English is not my native language, so mistakes are inevitable. Comments on spelling and/or grammar are always welcome. I´m willing to learn.

"THE FINAL COURTESY OF QSO IS A QSL CARD"

I collect QSL cards of all the places of the World for showing to my friends.
Would be a pleasure to have your QSL card in my collection.

I like to know other places in the World through QSL cards.

YOUR QSL CARD IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR ME, THANK SO MUCH

If you send a QSL card, this will be confirmed with a QSL card.
QSL 100% SURE ONLY VIA BUREAU OR DIRECT

My other hobbies are sailing and motorbikes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My NEW Motorbike SUZUKI Bandit 650 (84 CV)

If you want to know more about me, please visit my personal web page located in http://ea7hoh.ure.es (COMING SOON)

73,s good DX,s and see you soon.

Photograph published in December 2012 on the "Radioaficionados" URE Magazine

He is Lucas, my nephew, and he is 2 years old.

U.R.E. (Union Radioaficionados Espaņoles)

A.R.E. (Asociacion de Radiotelegrafistas y Oficiales Radioelectronicos de la Marina Mercante Espaņoles).

Radio Room

My First CB Walkie-Talkie (27 MHz): Sharp Twincomm 50

HF/VHF/UHF/50 MHz Transceiver: Kenwood TS-2000

Desktop Microphone for Kenwood TS-2000: MFJ-299

Headphone for Kenwood TS-2000: Kenwood HS-5

Precision SWR and Power Meter: Diamond SX-600

Power Supply for Kenwood TS-2000: Telecom AV-6055

Cross Over RF Safety Switch: MFJ-1703

Morse Code Practice Oscillator: MFJ-557

HF Antenna: Handmade Dipole for 20/40 meters bands with Coils for 80 meters band (Balun 1:1 and Coils by EA5ADT)

VHF/UHF Antenna: Diamond X510N with Diamond MX-72N (duplexer)

10m/CB Antenna: President BLACKPIRATE

VHF/UHF Transceiver (Portable): Yaesu FT-530

VHF/UHF Transceiver (Mobile): Kenwood TM-D710E with GPS receiver Falcom NAVI-S

VHF/UHF Antennas (Mobile): Nagoya NL-77H (for city) or Comet SB-21 (for road)

MY LOG ONLINE

QSO MAP

THE HISTORY IN PHOTOS OF MY RADIO ROOM

My Radio Room in 1992

Radio Room in 1992

My Radio Room in 2009

Radio Room in 2009

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