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=== LOTW NOTIFICATION ===
04:35z, May 10th
Currently all my QSO's processed in LoTW upto May 10th, 01:30z.
Online log is updated.
All procedures are established to minimize your elapsed time and unnecessary effort. The most important - before you send your QSL card check my on-line log located on ClubLog and e-mail me if you find any deviations.
I have few exceptions to the rules above. For example, I accept QSL-exchange. If you need my QSL card and you have your own AND you are real DX-station for me, it is not required to send any postage along with your QSL. So, e-mail me your request then mail your QSL to my address and I'll send you my own QSL card at the same time. Therefore, both of us save time and one-dollar banknotes.
- I upload all my QSO's data to LoTW, e-QSL and ClubLog on daily basis and without any conditions.
- Direct. You can get my QSL-card direct to your address either from me, A65BR or Gennady, UA9AB. Choose yourself where you want to mail your QSL. UAE postage is USD 2 or 1 IRC plus SAE. I prefer 2 USD but IRC is ok as well. Usually I answer at the same day.
- Paypal. A65BR accepts postage to PayPal and UA9AB does not. You can use OQRS feature on ClubLog or transfer direct to my PayPal account a65br(at)gmx.net. Requesting you to transfer not less than USD 2.5 to get my USD 2 on my account. Usually I answer at the same day.
- Bureau. UAE (A6-land) has no QSL-bureau. I use Russian bureau and UA9AB is acting as my bureau-manager. Therefore, all incoming QSL cards shall be marked "via UA9AB" otherwise they can be lost somewhere. Finally, I will respond 100% but it will take time. Also you can request my QSL via bureau without sending your own QSL. Just send e-mail to me or UA9AB. OQRS on ClubLog is working well also. But keep in mind that I don't like such way. If you need my QSL card via bureau, please, send your QSL card via bureau too. Ordinary QSL philosophy.
My LOG is online: Many thanks to Gennadiy Shkumat, UA9AB for acting as my high-qualified QSL manager.
Currently I'm using TS-480HX as a main and FT-847 as a back up TRX.
Antenna tuner: AT-200pro. Looks like the best device available on the market (probably AT-600pro more reliable).
Interface RigExpert Plus with their cables for CAT and digi modes (RTTY FSK keying, BPSK and some JT65A).
For RTTY and BPSK is most convenient MixW ver 2.19
My logger is AALog v 3.0 Simple and usefull software.
On the picture below old antenna Inverted V for 17m and 30m bands which provided me over 100 countries on 30m band during few summer months in 2010.
Now using vertical Butternut HF9V without 12/17m coils, working excellent even beyond my expectations.
Also I have directional antenna A3WS for 17m/12m band.
My guest operator and the best friend Sergej UA9B (ex UA9BI). He was on the air during period of one week (16APR-22APR11) on HF bands mostly CW. Permission to use callsign A6/UA9B granted by local authority under #EARS/4/11 dated 13/4/2011. QSL direct to home call or via bureau to UA9AB.
Paper QSL were sent. LoTW certificate received, upload done.
Any enquiry can be addressed to UA9B e-mail.
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||World Continents Award#7791|
Granted: 2015-04-02 15:05:03
- 5 Band CW40 Meters CW
30 Meters CW
20 Meters CW
17 Meters CW
15 Meters CW
12 Meters CW
10 Meters CW
||Grid Squared Award#6541|
Granted: 2015-04-02 15:00:11
- 5 Band Mixed40 Meters Mixed
30 Meters Mixed
20 Meters Mixed
17 Meters Mixed
15 Meters Mixed
12 Meters Mixed
10 Meters Mixed
- 17 Meters CW
- 12 Meters CW
- 5 Band Digital30 Meters Digital
17 Meters Digital
15 Meters Digital
12 Meters Digital
10 Meters Digital
- Mixed Phone
||DX World Award#1636|
Granted: 2015-04-02 15:00:03