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EA7AQV

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Rodolfo (Fito) Perez
c/ Julianes, 3, 5, 2B
41400 ECIJA
Spain

EU
spain
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Call data

Last update:2021-04-18 05:31:09
Continent:EU
Premium:YES
Views:453
Main prefix:EA
Class:First Class
Latitude:37.5452706
Longitude:-5.0800771
Locator:IM77LN
DXCC Zone:281
ITU Zone:37
CQ Zone:14

Most used bands

20m
(13%)
15m
(12%)
40m
(8%)
10m
(5%)
30m
(2%)

Most used modes

PSK31
(46%)
BPSK
(27%)
SSB
(20%)
CW
(7%)
RTTY
(2%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-01-15 19:59:51
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:no

Biography

I got in contact with Ham Radio almost "by accident", reading an announcement in a local newspaper in 1976 in Camaguey, Cuba, my country of origin, about a CW course that was going to begin in the Radio Amateur Club for any person interested on it.
My first visit to the Radio Club was very interesting, and since then, learning CW, and reading ALL I could get about ham radio, introducing myself in this new world I had just discovered. With the help of very enthusiast people I found there a lot of help, and I could pass the exams for Class B radio operator in 1977.This contact with Ham Radio also showed me the way to my professional future.
I got my first licence with the call CM2QP in Havana in 1980, in 1982 I got the First Class licence, with the call CO2QP, afterwards I returned to Camaguey with the call CO7QP.
In 1995 I moved to Spain, and in 1996 I got my spanish First Class licence with the call EA7AQV, that I have today.
I enjoy homebrew wire antennas and circuits experimentation and operate CW, Digimodes and SSB.
I am also a sailing fan and I enjoy radio aboard my little sailing cruiser, while anchored in some quite place, far from noise an "whistles"...
See you in the bands! 73

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

HOME STATION:

ANTENNA: Off Center Twin Coaxial Fed 20,5 m Doublet for 40 to 6 m, in Inv. V configuration, with the apex at 8 m. A low noise antenna, with very little visual impact, ideal for my restricted urban enviroment (in space and HOA)
AMU: AH-4 (with external modifications to feed the balanced twin line)
RADIOS: IC 7200, IC703
INTERFACE: RigExpert TI-8
PC: Lenovo 510S (i3 3,7 GHz/4Gb/1TB)/S.W. MultiPSK 4.30


EA7AQV/MM (aboard my little sailing boat):

ANTENNA: A lenght of 6,00 m wire, into a telescopic fishing pole (colapsable)
ANTENNA COUPLER: AH-4
RADIO:ICOM IC 706 MK2
PC: HP Mini 1,6 GHz/Win 10/MultiPSK 4.3, and a homemade interface
This station is solar powered.




QRZCQ Awards

DXCC 200
ITU 50
CQ 40
IOTA 30

DX Code Of Conduct

dx code of conduct small logoI support the "DX Code Of Conduct" to help to work with each other and not each against the others on the bands.

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EA7AQV / My home made 6, 10, 12 and 15 m Hexbeam: Light, compact and very easy to handle, but a good performer, even at a 5 m high mast, A good choice for restricted enviroments...

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