I was born on 25-th of may in Frankfurt-on-Oder in Germany. Since age 1 year I live with my family in Simferopol city, Ukraine, EX-USSR. I became an SWL in 1986 and in 5 years received QSL's from all DXCC countries except VK0H & ZL9. In may 1991 I was first licensed as UB4JLF and in 1993 get UB2JQ call. I have completed the 5B-DXCC in 1993. In january 1994 I have received a new call UU2JQ. Now on DXCC challenge I have more then 335 countries confirmed on each of the 3 bands: 40m, 20m, 15m; more then 330 countries on 30m and 17m; more then 325 countries on 10m, 320 countries on 80m and 12m, 289 countries on 160m and I am a beginner on 6m.
I have DXCC-H.R.#1, 5B-WAZ (200 zones), 5B WAS, WAZ-160 (40 zones), WAZ-WARC-CW & WAZ-WARC-SSB (40 zones) awards. I need to work 1 more country (KP1) to complete DXCC-H.R. #1 SSB and 1 more (P5) to complete DXCC-H.R. #1 CW. In digital modes I have 316 DXCC countries confirmed. I do like to collect IOTA islands and now I have IOTA-750 plaque with 950 shield and 997 IOTAs confirmed by QSLs by now.
I wish to say sincere thanks to Andy/KZ1L (SK), Chris/KG6AR, Ralph/K2PF, Frank/VE7DP, Kou/JA6UBK, Anatoly/R7KM, Anatoly/R7KC for their kind help and support with DXCC, WAZ and IOTA awards/plaques submitions, QSL-requests for the DX-stations and for the great help to our contest station!
I like both DX-ing and contesting. I'm a member of the Crimean contest team UU5J (UU5A). We have won many contests during 1994-1999. Especially it was a pleasure to won IARU HF Championship in 1995 (year of the 100-th anniversary of the radio) and WAE DC CW in 1996,1997. After millenium time to time I'm participating in the major contests with my friends in Kerch from BIG Contest position UU7J and the results are quite high.
I am the award manager of The Crimea and Simferopol awards.
"The Crimea" award is full color 192mm x 281mm and available for all radioamateurs and SWL's. Europe needs 20 QSOs and DX needs 10 QSOs with different stations from the Crimean Republic.QSOs since 01-01-1994 are valid.
"The Simferopol" award is full color 207mm x 297mm and available for all radioamateurs and SWL's.
There are no band or mode restrictions and QSL's are not required. Fee for each award are 7 IRC's or 5 US $ or 5 Euro. The prefixes in the calls of the Crimean amateurs are: UU, UT#J, EM#J, EN#J and EO#J. Applications welcome by e-mail to email@example.com
I am the manager of Crimean QSL-bureau.
I do like our hobby very much! Thanks to all kind people for many QSOs/QSLs and a lot of enjoy and happiness!
Feel free to ask me any questions on the air, by e-mail, in the chats or in the DX-cluster.
Please visit web-site about top-band DX-ing in Ukraine:
See you on the bands and 73 from the sunny Crimea!
On may 1 - 15, 2013 - I have been operate with special event call - EM68J
to commemorate the 68-th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic war
EM68J QSL via K2PF (Direct), UU2JQ (Bureau), LOTW
On may 31 - july 1, 2012 - I have been operate with special event call for European Football Championship 2012 - EO2012JQ:
and made more then 8000 QSOs on 160m-10m including dupes.
09-09-2012 - all direct requests has been answered. Bureau QSL-ing has been started in october 2012.
I have LOGs and QSL-blanks for the following operations from Crimea: EN5J, EO10J, EO12J, EO5JM, EO50JS, EO55JM, EO56JM, EO57JM, EO58JM, EO60JM, EO61JM, EO63JM, EO64JM, EO65JM, EO66JM, EM67J, UR8J, UU4JWA, UU5JYL, UU100JWA. So if you still need those paper cards, send Direct request to my mailing address, or e-mail me for bureau QSL.
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