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I became licensed ham in 1974, back then I could only operate from club station YU2CCB. In September 1980 I got my first personal call YU2SBD, which I changed to YU2EU in March 1982. From March till June 1992 I was operating as 4N2EU, and July 4 1992 onwards 9A2EU.

My main interests are contesting and DX-ing. I often operated from big contest station 9A1A, and also I am a member of 9A7T Contest club, that is very active in many contests. We won in IOTA Contest five times as 9A7T/p and 9A7T in low power categories. My favorite contests are CQ WW DX SSB and CW contest and I usually operate SOAB LP or any multi category from 9A1A or 9A7T.

I have confirmed all 340 DXCC entities and am a holder of ARRL DXCC Honour Roll #1 plaque. My DXCC band totals are as follows:

Band Cfm Wkd+ Total
160 217 1 218
80 299 1 300
40 330 0 330
30 323 0 323
20 333 0 333
17 326 0 326
15 331 0 331
12 317 0 317
10 320 2 322
6 148 0 148
Total 2944 4 2948

I manage QSL cards for 9A7T, 9A1HBC, 9A202EU, 9A282EU & 9A207T and act as checkpoint for IOTA awards for following countries: 9A, S5, YU, E7, 4O, Z3, SV, SV5, SV9, ZA and LZ.

I am editor of Radio HRS radio magazine in Croatia and former 9ACW Contest manager.

QSL-ing tips:

Please QSL cards via bureau or direct. If you want to send QSL direct please include 1 IRC or at least 2 USD because postal rates went up as of April 1 2011 for regular letter up to 50 g 1.50 USD and airmail to USA abt 2 USD. I am also LotW user. eQSL is OK for QSOs after Sep 1, 2007. For QSOs earlier than this I'll answer individually any eQSL request.

More info at: http://9a2eu.weebly.com/

See you on the bands and in the contests.

Zlatko, 9A2EU

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