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EA8BVP Canary Islands flag Canary Islands

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At present I'm living in Gran Canaria island.

I work mostly QRP CW with simple wire antennas and at present I trying to get some QRP Award (DXCC, GQRP master, WAS, WAZ, WAC, etc.) so you can find me around QRP CW "watering holes". I enjoy working weak signal stations (like mine) and nowadays I mainly operate at home from 40m to 6m using two antennas: a homebrew inv-L 12 meters long antenna (5m vertical&7m horizontal), and a homebrew half-loop for 20m band (I coupled it from 20m & up). Other times I go /P or /M with dipoles, verticals or LW.

On holidays I can operate /P from the other islands in the Canaries, mostly Fuerteventura island.

I also work other digital modes like PSK31 or RTTY in QRP.

EA8BVP is my callsign since 19th October 2005. Former callsigns: EC8AYR and EB8AKF (until 19th October 2005). EA8BVP was owned by now EA8CK.

(Update 17/March/2014:

- DXCC QRP: have worked 121 entities with power from 1W to 5W.

- DXCC 2xQRP: have worked 41 entities.

- GQRP master: completed but waiting QSL.

- WAS QRP: have worked 41 out of 50 states

- WAZ QRP: have worked 26 out of 40 zones

- WAC QRP: completed)


Actualmente estoy residiendo en Gran Canaria.

Suelo trabajar casi siempre QRP CW con antenas simples de hilo y actualmente estoy intentando conseguir algún diploma QRP (DXCC, GQRP master, WAS, WAZ, WAC, etc.) por lo que me puedes encontrar cerca de las frecuencias QRP para CW. Me gusta trabajar todas las estaciones débiles que oigo y hoy en dia estoy activo principalmente en casa desde los 40m a los 6m utilizando dos antenas: una antena L invertida de 12 metros de largo (5m vertical y 7m horizontal), y una antena half-loop para la banda de 20m que acoplo desde la banda de 20m hacia arriba. Otras veces opero como portable o móvil utilizando dipolos, verticales o hilos largos.

Cuando tengo vacaciones suelo transmitir también desde otras islas del archipiélago Canario, principalmente Fuerteventura.

También trabajo modos digitales como PSK31 o RTTY en QRP.

Comenzé a utilizar este indicativo el 19 de Octubre de 2005. Antiguos indicativos: EC8AYR y EB8AKF (hasta 19 Octubre 2005). El indicativo EA8BVP fue utilizado anteriormente por la estación EA8CK.

(Actualizacion 17/Marzo/2014:

- DXCC QRP: 121 entidades trabajadas con potencias de 1W a 5 W.

- DXCC 2xQRP: 41 entidades trabajadas.

- GQRP master: Terminado y estoy a la espera de las QSLs

- WAS QRP: 41 estados trabajados de 50

- WAZ QRP: 26 zonas trabajadas de 40

- WAC QRP: Terminado)



Member of: EAQRP #461, GQRP #11481, QRPARCI #13758, QRP_CLUB72 #35, NAQCC #8, FISTS #14551, EACW #222, CTC #509, SKCC #645T, 30MDG #1851, EPC #5858, WCC #205, A1A #64

My QRP log in ClubLog

Maybe you have heard me in QRP/CW as: DL/EA8BVP, M/EA8BVP, W2/EA8BVP, VR2/EA8BVP, EA8BVP/3, EA8BVP/4, I0/EA8BVP, CT9/EA8BVP or OA4/EA8BVP.

Also as EG8ISS (QRO/ CW&DIGI) from 12th February/11th March 2011




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