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2018-05-24 13:45:16 UTC









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Jorge Villar

15007 A Coruña

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Call data

Last update:2015-01-19 13:02:48
Main prefix:EA
DXCC Zone:281
ITU Zone:37
CQ Zone:14

QSL data

Last update:2015-04-05 21:35:19
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES


I got my first license, EB1EVX, in 1991, and in 2005 I also got the EC1DCJ license (Between 1995 and 2001, for personal reasons, I haven't had any radio activity).

In those years, the EB license only allowed the use of the VHF bands and above, while the EC was a novice license for the HF bands. When all licenses were unified in Spain, I chose to keep the EB callsign.

I try to be active on all bands, especially between 40m and 70cm, although I have some occasional activity in the 80m and 160m bands.

Most of my QSOs are on SSB (or FM in V and UHF), but I try to not forget neither the CW nor digital modes (mainly RTTY and PSK).


I have been team member at:

ED1RGT - CQ WW Contest Group 2006
ED1SAC - San Anton Castle 2006
ED1SCC - Sta Cruz Castle 2006
AM1TDH - Tower of Hercules 2008 (Human heritage)
AO1WRD - World Radioamateur Day 2011
EG1WFF - Fragas do Eume 2011 (Flora & Fauna Award)

And many of the activities of the "Radio Club Oza", EA1RCO, of which I'm member, using one of the following callsigns EA1RCO, EA1RCO/P, ED1RCO, EE1RCO, EF1RCO, EG1RCO or AM01RCO.

Due to the abdication of the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I (1975-2014), I can use the AN01EVX callsign from June 18 until September 18. The QSL card of this callsign, follows the same rules as listed below.

At 2012, 2013 & 2014 I have got the EE1X callsign for contests.


My preferred method for QSL is by bureau, but also I send and receive QSL cards directly to my home address. Besides I upload the logs regulary to ARRL's LoTW and

Please for DIRECT QSL you must include a SAE (Self-addressed envelope) as only contribution to cover the return postage.

Worked DXCCs:


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