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    I took part in many contests and I made the most numbers of mine QSOs in them. I like competition it is always challenge for me. I have some principles which are so important for me and I don’t like to change them for any reason specially to achieve irregular results.

1. Competitions are still fun, challenge and joy for me after many years and many Contests.

2. Unpredictable Mother Nature and her behavior, propagation at the first place, is still big mystery which attract me more then ever.

3. I always strictly obey CONTEST rules. I took part in contest always as real QRP category. My power is under permitted limit always and I never increase power to work some new multiplier.

4. I competitive not against other HAMs I competitive always against me. I always try to do it at the best way. It is a very hard and silly at the other side to competitive with other HAMs which have much better working conditions (Rigs .Antennas, Contest position….).We are all not starting from the same point. I always try to do my best ,my max in that moment. If I made some good results I am proud on it because it was achieved 100% regularly. But good results, especially at any way are not mine goal in any competition and any situation.



SWL YU1RS-480 1973-1978 202 DXCC confirmed

OP on Club stations 1973-1976 YU1ADO,YU1AGA;1976-1996 YU1ANO

Personal calls YU1OWW (1978-1986); YU1LM (1986- ) and Contest call YZ2M (2005-2006 )




   I had a lot of results in contests I couldn’t even remember many of them. Here are some results all done as QRP except first one:

WR= world EU=Europe

YODX CW 1975 7 MHz CW 3 WR as OP YU1ADO

RSGB 1983 21 QRP CW as YU1OWW 1 WR

RSGB 1985 21 QRP CW as YU1OWW 2 WR

ARRL SSB QRP1986 as YU1OWW 9 WR

CQWW-CW 1986 108 QSO 8 ZONE 34 DXCC worked with 1W+DC receiver YU record for 18 years !!!

WWWPX SSB QRP 1987 ALL 6WR / 3 EU 296QSOs  185PX=108 040

WWWPX CW QRP 1987 ALL 13WR / 8 EU 385QSOs  187PX=112 574

ARRL CW QRP 1987 7 WR

ARRL SSB QRP 1988 7 WR

WWWPX CW QRP 1988 ALL 14WR / 9 EU 696QSOs  273PX=271 908

WWWPX CW QRP 1989 ALL 9WR / 3 EU 623QSOs  313PX=344 300

WWWPX CW QRP 1990 ALL 4 WR / 3 EU 550QSOs 250PX=238 250

WWWPX SSB QRP 1993 ALL 16WR / 7 EU 331QSOs  213PX=123 114

WWWPX SSB QRP 1995 ALL 7WR / 4 EU 354QSOs  219PX=137 751

WWWPX CW QRP 1995 ALL 8WR / 5 EU 659QSOs  287PX=310 247

CQWW-CW QRP 1995 ALL 10 WR = 202 248

WWWPX SSB QRP 1996 ALL 13WR / 8 EU 418QSOs  235PX=173 665

WWWPX CW QRP 1996 ALL 14 WR /7 EU 607QSOs WITH 1 Wout 9 W/VE on 80m !! 269PX=272 228

AGCW QRP Winter 1996 VLP(1W) 3 WR =24 601

AGCW QRP Summer 1996 VLP(1W) 1 WR =56 386

CQWW CW QRP 1996 ALL 8 EU =231 075

WWWPX SSB QRP 1997 ALL 9WR / 5 EU 383QSOs  2135PX=151 230

WWWPX CW QRP 1997 20m 3WR / 2 EU 481QSOs  3045PX=245 079

CQWW-SSB QRP 1997 ALL 4 WR / 2 EU =178 401

WWWPX SSB QRP 1998 ALL 15WR / 8 EU 274QSOs  191PX=93 399

WWWPX CW QRP 1998 ALL 4WR / 4 EU 8396QSOs  363PX=616 011

CQWW SSB QRP 1998 ALL 10 WR / 4 EU =269 325

9A CONTEST QRP 1998 CW  2WR / 2 EU

CQWW-CW QRP 1998 ALL 6 EU =500 148

AGCW QRP Winter 1999 VLP(1W) 1 WR =19 392

CQWW-SSB QRP 1999 ALL 8 EU = 400 361

CQWW-CW QRP 1999 ALL 6 EU = 658 086

WWWPX CW ALL 2000 8 WR / 4EU 1006QSOs  434P=770 784

CQWW-SSB 2000 ALL 15 WR /8 EU 991 QSOs 65 ZONE 249 DXCC = 458 126

ARRL 2001 10m CW/SSB 10 WR / 9 EU = 99 756

WWWPX SSB QRP 2001 ALL 18WR / 8 EU 469QSOs  298PX=269 690

WWWPX CW QRP 2001 ALL 3WR / 3 EU 587QSOs  3915PX=453 951

MIRU-MIR 2001 SOMB-QRP 1 EU

WWWPX-CW 2001 21 3 WR = 454 342

CQWW-CW 2001 14 MHz  4EU = 105 444

ARRL 10m-MIX 2002 5 WR

PSK Rumble 2002 Super 1 WR

WWWPX-SSB 2002 ALL 17 WR / 12 EU 385 QSO 244 PX =187 636

WWWPX-CW 2002 15m 2 WR / 2 EU 500 QSO 360 PX =365 760

CQWW-SSB 2002 ALL 18 WR / 6 EU 988 QSO ZONE 78 DXCC 262 =534 140

SAC 2002 ALL CW QRP 1 WR / 1EU = 18 275

HELVETIA CONTEST 2003 CW QRP 1WR/ 1EU

CQWW-CW 2003 ALL 11 WR /5 EU 1008 QSOs 84 ZONE 256 DXCC = 597 720

WWWPX-SSB 2003 20m 3 WR / 2 EU 298 QSO 219 PX =92 868

WWWPX-CW 2003 15m 2 WR / 2 EU 391 QSO 297 PX =207 603

WWWPX-RTTY 2003 ALL 141 WR 400 QSO 205 PX =235 750

CQWW-CW 2004 ALL 21 WR /13 EU 887 QSOs 78 ZONE 267 DXCC = 417 880

CQWW-SSB 2004 21MHz 5 WR / 4EU 353 QSOs 22 ZONE 63 DXCC = 49 690

ARRL 10m-MIX 2004 8 WR / 5 EU =4 738

IARU2004 2 WR / 2 EU CW/SSB =207 315

ARRL 2005 10m CW/SSB 10 WR

IARU2005 as YZ2M/QRP 4 WR / 4 EU CW/SSB = 181 625

WWWPX-SSB 2005 32 WR / 15 EU 263 QSOs 202 PX =92112

WWWPX-CW 2005 as YZ2M/QRP 9 WR / 7 EU 930 QSOs 432 PX=723 600

CQWW-CW 2005 ALL 24 WR / 14 EU 660 QSOs 53 ZONE 171 DXCC = 227 136

CQWW-SSB 2005 14MHz as YZ2M 12 WR / 8 EU 222 QSOs 10 ZONE 51 DXCC = 16 897

ORIGINAL QRPC WINTER 2006 VLP(1W) 2 WR / 2EU 127 QSOs = 27
229 WITH SDR RX DR2A

WWWPX-CW 2006 ALL as YZ2M/QRP 28 WR / 20 EU 486 QSOs 296 PX=278 536

WWWPX-CW 2007 7MHz 7 WR / 6 EU 234 QSOs 192 PX=103 104 with SDR AVALA-01

CQWW-CW 2007 7MHz 6 WR / 5 EU 410QSOs 15 ZONE 74 DXCC=43 521 with SDR AVALA-01

IOTA 24 HOUR MIX QRP 2 WR / 2 EU 219 QSOs 55MULT=93555 CW QSOs with AVALA-05

CQWWPX-CW 2008 7MHz 2 WR / 2 EU 400 QSOs 298  PX = 293 828 with SDR AVALA-01

CQWW-CW 2008 7MHz 1 WR / 1 EU 440 QSOs 18 ZONE 77 DXCC= 58 805 with SDR AVALA-01 rev3 = Genesis G40. This is one of the rear events in this moment to win with homebrew equipment designed and built  from a participant in the contest.

CQWPX-SSB 2009 7MHz 3 WR / 2 EU 106 QSOs 94 PX = 20962 with SDR AVALA-01 = Genesis G40