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On the air since 1969. Mostly active in HF contesting and DXing.
Bragging, first.
DXCC Challenge 1800+
Triple Play WAS
IOTA-300, IOTA Europe, IOTA UK
VUCC 6 m
599 Magazine WARC Band Plaque, etc.
Former (1999-2005) President, BFRR (The Belarussian Federation of Radioamateurs and Radiosportsmen, an IARU Member Society). President, the Belarus Contest Club. The BFRR foreign liaison.

Actual rigs, Icom IC-775DSP and IC-756Pro3. An IC-PW1 1 KW amplifier is actually a dust collector for the sake of love and friendship with neighbours. Due to local limitations the main antenna is a multiband vertical Hustler 5BTV hidden in bushes. The trees also hide 2 elements' 20 m wire beam pointing at 90 degrees (mostly covering North Africa and Europe). There is also 3 elements' 10 m beam 5 m up usually getting the same bearing. Unfortunately other bearings are way too noisy at my location... Some other homebrew antennas come and go just for the fun of experimenting.

Feel free to contact me regarding QSLs from EU1SA, EV1M, EU1M and EW5HQ.


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