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Please visit my web page at http://ea5on.blogspot.com.es  Note that my old page www.ea5on.com is no longer active.


My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EA5ON If you press "like" you'll get to see my updates which I publish from time to time. 


Video of the antenna I use on my car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Da43_y_OMw&feature=plcp


Although I am a resident in Spain since 1991, I am originally from Scotland.


Currently also licenced as GM7CXM (since 1988) and US general class N5GIN (originally KG5JQD)


Have also operated from C6, G, GW, EI, OZ, SM, DL, ON, PA, LX, F, I, YO, HB9, EA6, EA8, OK


I enjoy several different aspects of the hobby.


First of all I am a keen mobiler. This started off in 2000 as a result of limited time availability at home. My first basic station, using a TS140S and helical whips, has undergone many changes since then. The current setup uses Kenwood TS-590 and an ancient Metron 1000 amplifier. The antenna system is based on interconnecting 3/8” masts, whips, coils, and capacity hats, and can be configured to suit almost any need from 80 – 10m. I usually use full size quarter wave antennas on 20-10 while parked, with the MFJ 1979 telescopic whip. I also have several fishing rods and spiderpoles for semi-portable operations. I am fortunate that I work in the port of Valencia and quickly discovered that salt water and vertical antennas is a great combination, my current entity total from the mobile is 330 (327 confirmed).


Although not so active, I also have a station at my city centre flat which consists of a Yaesu FT2000D, Acom 1000, and an Optibeam OB6-3M.


I also enjoy contesting. Currently my contesting activity is centred around the Torrent Contest Club (http://ea5kv.ure.es) but over the last few years I have done contests in many shapes and forms, either as SOSB, mobile, portable, or part of the teams at EA5DF, EA5DFV, and EA5HQ. I was fortunate enough to be part of the national HQ team in the 2006 IARU contest, was phone coordinator of the Spanish team for the 2007 event, and co-organizer of the 2013 and 2014 teams (2nd place world on both occasions).


Portable activities also form a part of my operations. After trying many different combinations, I currently use a KX3 with a 20A lithium battery from my wife's golf cart. It gives me 3 times as much autonomy as my old 7Ah SLAB battery and weighs the same. For antennas, it depends. For spanish trigpoint activity, a simple 40m dipole supported by a 7m fishing rod which doubles as a walking stick. Otherwise, end fed wires. I find these configurations give the best balance between weight, size, current draw, efficiency, and setup time.





1. Send me an email with the QSO details and I'll pop you a card in the bureau. Save on a card, save on half of the bureau work.

2. Send me a direct QSL request with an SAE and sufficient postage and I'll post you a card back.

3. Send me a card via the bureau ensuring that you put a sentence saying why you want the card (PSE QSL for TPEA award, PSE QSL for band/mode slot", "PSE QSL to confirm province" etc etc. No PSE QSL with a reason? no return QSL.


All spanish trigpoint award contacts are uploaded to www.radioclubhenares.org and available on GDURE (www.ure.es). Please do not request QSLs for individual trigpoints, thanks.



1. Mándame un email con los datos del QSO y te pongo una QSL por el buró. Te ahorras el gasto tu tarjeta, el buró se ahorra la mitad de la faena, y es más rápido.

2. Mándame una tarjeta por correo postal con un sobre autodirigido y con franqueosuficiente y te lo devuelvo por correo postal.

3. Mándame una tarjeta por el buró, pero asegúrate de poner una frase diciendo por qué quieres mi tarjeta, por ejemplo, "PSE QSL para TPEA, nuevo modo," etc. Sin esta frase, no hay QSL.


Todos los logs de vértices geodésicos se cargan en la página de www.radioclubhenares.org y están disponibles en GDURE. Por favor, no solicitéis tarjetas para vértices individuales.








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QRZ Logbook Summary for - EA5ON
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dedateband mode grid Country op
2E0PUE 2014-01-30 20m SSB CA80ma England Tony Hannon
VK2HDX 2014-01-29 20m SSB QF56ob Australia Paul G Duffy
PD1BHZ 2014-01-29 20m SSB JO22uk Netherlands Richard Mulder
KB3VQL 2014-01-28 17m SSB FN21el United States James J Straub, Jr
K2CBI 2014-01-24 20m SSB FN31de United States Michael H Weissman
EA8AZD 2014-01-24 17m SSB IL28ha Canary Islands RAM�N SU�REZ FLEITAS:
N2QN 2014-01-24 17m SSB EM73us United States OZZIE R PETERS
KA1KSQ 2014-01-24 17m SSB FN43sr United States ROBERT A PARSONS
WB8DDV 2014-01-23 17m SSB EN82cn United States RANDY E WINTERS
W7PT 2014-01-23 17m SSB CN88oc United States JERAULD L FRY
AB1PA 2014-01-17 17m SSB FN43tv United States Jens C Beesen
PD1AHM 2014-01-17 20m SSB JO21wf Netherlands Hans-j�rgen Hartmann (QRP)
M6ECG 2014-01-12 20m SSB JO01mt England Lucy QRP STATION
KK4KWZ 2014-01-10 17m SSB EL98it United States Miguel A Ramos, Jr
N1ALF 2014-01-10 17m SSB FN31da United States ROBERT E NEBEL

Book Totals: 1040 qso's   848 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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