VHF-UHF-SHF

The main interest in my HAM activity belongs for VHF/UHF/SHF communications via Tropo/Aurora, Meteor scatter, EME and, sometimes, satellites – for DXing on 50MHz and above.
For me it is no question, what I prefer to get: 100 QSO on 14-21 MHz with the HAMs,
who are several thousands kilometers away or several QSO for few hundred kilometers
on 432 or 1296 MHz or simply to get new WW QRA-locator on 50 – 1296 MHz.
I will always prefer VHF!

That’s why I am so proud to be a holder couple of these Awards

dxcc_144 dxcc_sat

in the table below are shown my summary statistiс by bands (May, 2014)

Band, MHzSquaresFieldsDXCCTropo,
km
ES,
km
MS,
km
AUR,
km
IONO,
km
EME,
km
EME Initials
50
55847109488477018031731977-
702511543546462421871311--
1449389916217462206220218131418173021187
43219628481508-18681020-1471095
1296515121290-----

More statistic in a graphical view:

Other statistic information, such, as DXCC Lists by bands, EME and MS initials, MS logs by years and so on, can be found in appropriate sections of my site.

And here is my statistic on HF bandf (160-10 M), prepared by
DX4WIN and LOtW (Nov.2015)

dxcc_dx4win dxcc_lotw

Big difference between data from logging software DX4WIN (which shows real DXCC standing, confirmed by paper QSL card) and confirmed by LOtW. As I practically stopped DX-ing on HF, I think, I will never get 5 band DXCC award, using only LOtW. The problem is 80 meter band!