Category Archives: QSL

Days 290, 291 and 292 – A QSL card in the post

I had three QSOs on day #290, I worked MX0BCQ, Kevin and 2E0OTL, Gary on 40m SSB and then had a JT65 QSO on 20m with IW1PUR, Roberto. Even less on day #291 despite the current good conditions – I … Continue reading

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Review – July

IOTA weekend gave my QSO count for July a big boost with over 150 of my contacts for the month occurring during that contest.  My DXCC entity count continues to grow slowly and so does the number of stations confirmed on LoTW. … Continue reading

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Review – June

Luckily I keep a paper log as well as a computer log so I am able to provide some statistics for the month of June. I can’t give as much detail as usual but the basics are here. QSOs made: … Continue reading

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Days 157, 158 and 159 – QSL cards from the bureau

All three of these days were very busy for me and so I managed just two QSOs on each day but that’s one more than I’ve said I’ll do and I’m still very happy to be playing radio every day. … Continue reading

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Review – May

May started off with the last few days of the special ‘R’ prefix for the Royal Wedding and so although I had over 300 contacts this month, it’s my lowest month for QSL cards sent because I’ve not done those … Continue reading

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QSL card received from VK6BN

I like QSL cards.  Electronic methods of confirming contacts are all very well and are a much more efficient method of QSLing but I much prefer to have a real physical QSL card in my hand. eQSL simulates that with … Continue reading

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Review – April

Coincidentally April saw exactly the same number of QSOs as January although I worked more DXCCs but only one new entity.  It’s been a good month on the air with the band conditions changing a lot and now in the … Continue reading

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