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Post by Admin on Tue Jun 04, 2013 8:28 pm

Hi Ivan,

If you have a home in any CEPT country then you can have a license and as long as it is renewed then you can keep it. If I had a home in England then I believe I could renew G4VVJ.

My problem is that I wondered whom to contact. But I am sure the SSA will assist me there with a "reciprocal license". Before that I think can use E/SM0VPO until I actually move out there.

As a matter of interest I am getting rid of a load of the heavier stuff, such as osciloscopes, generator, analyser, etc. I have small pocket sized analyser and a few bits of test gear I can use but until I get my workshop in Spain my larger projects will be very limited, except of course for the the "death ray" :-).

I really need to clean up a LOT of weeds and here in Sweden one is not allowed to buy any form of weedkiller or poison that works on vegetation and rodents. So-far I have been saving all my waste chemicals to clean the car entrance to the property: caustic soda, hydrochloric acid, hydrogen peroxide, dissolved copper, chlorine and loads of salt. When I get about a bucketful it is time to kill off a few more weeds, but the death-ray appears to work a treat :-) It even kills the roots in soil down to about 2cm Twisted Evil What's more it does not poison the soil Very Happy

I will publish the article when it is working.

BR Harry

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Post by Ivan on Sat May 25, 2013 4:17 pm

Hi Harry,
I have no experience, but you should be able to work under the CEPT license as EA/SM0VPO for limited time. If it not enough, you will have to dig out your HAREC and apply for an EA callsign. IMHO you can keep both callsigns.

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Spanish license question?

Post by Admin on Sat May 25, 2013 8:49 am

Hi all,
Does anyone out there have any idea as to the contact info and procedure to get a reciprocal hamradio license in Spain?

I am spending more aqnd more time here and hope to move here permanently within a year so I want to secure my hamradio activities. I will commute from Spain to Sweden to work so I wish to keep my Swedish callsign.

I can probably find out from the SSA but I just wondered if anyone had experience of this.

BR Harry - SM0VPO
Nerja, Spain

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