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You can mail your qsl card to me directly via below method.

Method 1: Mailto my QTH

6F-3, No.3, Sec. 1, Changrong Rd.,

East Dist., Tainan City 70143,

Taiwan (R.O.C.).

Method 2: via BURO or LOTW .


I moved to Tainan city and my antenna is AH4 with wire.

Thus, my signal will been weak but I also hope to contact with OM on the air.


I have MY new callsign BV4VR since 20060817 and my old callsign is BM4FZG.

I operate my radio in SSB PSK RTTY SSTV or echolink every mode and usually operate on the band of 40m and 20m. I also operate on 80m and 160m in winter.

I study satelite cummunication and operate via AO-51, VO-52 and ISS.

I am very glad to meet you on the air and also have a good QSO.

My transceiver is IC-746, IC-718, FT-847, IC-2720 and my antennasare long wire,5 element YAGI (homemade for 10&11m), A4S( For 10m 15m 20m and 40m), GP(for V/UHF), and 1*1 v/u YAGI for satelite communication.

I also a scouts of china in Taiwan and also is a venture socut leader of Miaoli 1st group.I have set up echolink repeter in my QTH, so we mabybe contact with eachother on the air ,especially via ECHOLINK. Hope to meet you on the on the air again.

Best regard and wish to you and your family.If you want my qsl card, I think that you have to mail your qsl card to me directly, or mail to BX4AN. Best way is with SASE and IRC( $2 Green stamp is also ok). I'll send it back soon. Without IRC or $2 with SASE, I will also send my QSL card to you via BURO.

If you want to mail qsl card via BURO, I'm not sure your QSL card can been mailed to me or lost. Worse case is disapeared. QSL card via Buro isn't a good way but it is also OK.

You can find your log in website : www.logsearch.de . If I lost our qso, don't hesitate and mail your log information to me.

I also upload my log to LOTW, but I also hope getting paper QSL card.

Finally, I will hope to meet you on the air and welcome to Taiwan.

Taiwan is independent Country.

BV4VR/6 QTH is Tainan city
BV4VR/3 QTH is Jhunan, Miaoli County

73..de BV4VR

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