Category Archives: QSL

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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Days 88, 89 and 90 – Quiet

After the hectic last weekend, these three days have been very quiet with just one QSO each day.  Part of the reason for this is that I also spent quite a while writing out the QSL cards for March, here’s … Continue reading

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Review – March

March has been a great month, one where I’ve been really active on the wireless. The bands are starting to open nicely and I’ve ‘discovered’ the 15m (21MHz) band or to be more precise, I discovered I had an aerial … Continue reading

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First QSL card received

On Friday I received my first QSL card for the QSO365 project from JY4NE in Jordan from a QSO made on 28MHz on day #50.  Let’s hope this is the first of many. Of course this also shows off my … Continue reading

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Review – February

February was a very enjoyable month, things have settled into a regular pattern and I’m still going strong in my quest to have a QSO per day.  I’ve had less contacts in February which I put down to me operating … Continue reading

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QSL cards for January have been posted

I forgot to mention earlier this week that the QSL cards from January have been posted.  All 94 cards were sent to the RSGB Bureau on the 1st of February so if you’re reading this blog because you’ve worked me … Continue reading

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Review – January

I’m going to see if I can write a review of each month with statistics and feelings.  It may end up just being statistics without the feelings but I’ll see how I can do. If I’m totally honest, I started … Continue reading

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