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The callsign 5P5Q is NOT a "special event" or something else special (except maybe the operator, hi hi), but prefix 5P (and 5Q, OV and OU) is "new" prefix series for Denmark.

These prefixes has previously been assigned to ships in the Danish merchant marine and others, but around 2007 been assigned for Danish radio amateurs.


It happen that I got invitation to join so called social media, like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

PLEASE DO NOT send me these invitations, I'm NOT interested.

ClubLog will be updated when I'm QRT for the day.

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All QSO will be uploaded to eQSL and LoTW when I'm QRT for the day (apx. 23.00 UTC).

I will send paper QSL in the following cases:

1) If it's promised or requested in the QSO.
2) Requested by E-mail after the QSO.
3) Requested in ClubLog OQRS, note: Only via bureau

4) When I receive your QSL-card, direct or via bureau.
5) When a new DXCC are worked.

Direct QSL are welcome, but I'm compelled to ask for a SAE and funds for return postage:

2 US$ for Europe.
3 US$ for the rest of the World.

PSE no IRC's, I can't use them anymore in OZ-land.

Licensed 1973 as OZ9XU, which still is my main call.

More info on my website: WWW.OZ9XU.DK




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