Daniel Estévez, EA4GPZ (M0HXM) was awarded the G3AAJ Trophy at the recently concluded 2021 AMSAT UK Colloquium. The trophy is awarded annually to the individual (or group of individuals) who have given outstanding service to the amateur radio satellite service.

The award is made at the discretion of the AMSAT-UK committee. The Cup was donated to AMSAT-UK by the late Ron Broadbent, G3AAJ, and was first awarded in 1996.

EA4GPZ’s voluntary contributions include his GNU Radio and SDR developments as well as his frequent online mentoring of all things related to tracking and decoding signals from space.

Daniel holds a PhD in Mathematics and a BSc in Computer Science from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and currently works as a GNSS engineer at GMV where his primary duties are the development of GNSS receivers and signal simulators for the GPS and Galileo systems.

AMSAT-UK is a wholly voluntary club. All its officers and members do any work on a purely voluntary basis. AMSAT-UK has no paid employees, and is run solely to support its members in their pursuit of their hobby of amateur radio space activities. It does not undertake any commercial activities.