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I have a CEPT Class II license , which means I can use the radio frequency spectrum allocated to amateur radio from 50Mhz to up. Since June 5th, 2006 I am also allowed to use the HF bands. I started in amateur radio in October 2005 but only got two pages of my log book filled with DX QSO’s, all of my contacts are/P with local stations.

I have plans for plenty more, but there is always something else to occupy my time so we’ll just have to take it as it comes.

I often take portable equipment with me when I go up the local mountains, there I can communicate over hundreds of square miles using only a low power hand-held tranceiver. I like working amateur satellites and enjoy antenna construction. Last days I discover the fun of digital modes like JT65, PSK31... working with low power and armed witha long wire hanging on some tree. Yes !!!I can work the world, so many happy hours have been spent using this mode, you really should try it yourself.

By other hand, thanks to SOTA activations I can also combine two of my favorite hobbies, mountain climbing and operating radio also working from my best place, summits of hills and mountains.

At the present time, any activation to inspire young people to get their licenses and licensed people to turn on their old rigs is valuable.

I usually send QSLs via eQSL or via a simple email, but if you decide that you need my paper QSL card send your card directly too mee, I will be responding to you direct as soon as possible .


73s de Inaki




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