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).
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