For sure in every log there are QSOs with easy DXCC entities which are hard to confirm. In my case I had some easy European entities worked on 17 meters but after some years I had not QSLs. So finally I sent directs and they were quickly confirmed: 9H4CM, OM7CM, Read more…


My other hobby (besides HAM Radio) is climbing. I started climbing when I was 45 so too late to achieve high levels. But in spite of it I try to train and to improve my skills and power. I have made a mini-campus which I use at home. It is Read more…


At the begining of December I checked my log for old QSOs which are not confirmed but which are needed for new band or mode slots. Finally I sent some directs via mail of via PayPal request (unfortunately surface post services are more and more expensive). Right before Chrstmas I Read more…


Yesterday after a morning coffee I checked the 80 meters for the last minutes of propagation to NA. Right after 7 o’clock (UTC) TG9ANF was logged on FT4, next KE8M from Ohio and some EU stations. Next I was observing 20 meters and I managed to log some DX from Read more…


The next All Band start this year is the Russian DX Contest: Single Operator All Band Mixed High Power. Call: SO4M. Operating in a SO2R style. Propagation factors were not too good but the activity was nice. Very nice opening to Europe on 15 meters on Sunday. The bad thing Read more…


Last years my Single Operator entries were general in Single Band ones (20m or 40m). This year I came back to All Band. It is completely another story. Many new things to learn and plan. The first contest to particiapte was the ARRL DX CW Contest. The category was Single Read more…


During last two days I received the conformations and membership numbers/certificates from the European Ros Club (#3634), the Natal Digital Group (#3644) and 30 Meter Digital Group (#9864). Thanks to all managers for reviewing my applications so quickly.


This year we are preapring to the next Multi-Single operation at the contest station SO4M. I am proud to be a member of the Team (together with SP4MPG, SP4JCP, SQ4NR, SP5OXJ, SQ6MS and F5SDD). There is only one week to the contest. Thanks to my Wife and Daughter who let Read more…


Last days I finally found some time to sort out some of my achievements. I am a great fun of digital modes. It started many years ago after a friend of mine, Marek SQ5BPM, built the first RTTY interface for our club station. Since that time I am operating on Read more…


Today I found two QSL cards (directs) in my mailbox. The first one is TJ2TT (40m/CW QSO). It was confirmed on LoTW also. It was new band for me. The second one is KL7RRC/P (20m/FT8 QSO). I had many QSO to Alaska but it is the NA-234 activity. I am Read more…