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I am not a member of the radio society and do not have access to the buro. There are only two ways to QSL.

1. QSL direct, covering my costs of replying to you and enclosing a return envelope. Current Irish postage rates mean a minimum of $2 or 1 IRC (with 31 Dec 2017 expiry) is required. This will cover up to 9 QSOs - if sending for more contacts, an extra $ or IRC is needed. Insufficient or no postage means no reply. Any extra $ or IRC helps towards costs of operating, cards, etc. No pre-paid envelopes, stamps, coin (European stations can send a 2 Euro coin if they wish), e-cards. 

2. Send a PayPal payment of EURO 2.50 to erik.ei4kf@gmail.com - payment must be in Euro and, if PayPal allows it, use the 'send money to friends/family' option (it is ok if not available).

VERY IMPORTANT - Send an email to erik.ei4kf@gmail.com giving the QSO data. Time, Date, Band, Mode, and your Callsign. I will then send you a QSL direct.

THIS METHOD SAVES YOU THE COST OF MAILING.

日本語ラジオ アマチュア - 必ず英語あなたe メール送信してください申し訳ありませんが日本語わからない
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Licenced since 1985, as G0CGL I worked and confirmed all DXCC entities (No 1 Honor Roll, achieved 1993, first G0) with all or nearly all entities confirmed on every band except 6 and 160m (100+ those bands).  In 2011, I relocated to EI and started activity as EI4KF in September of that year.

I am QRV 160m - 4m on SSB, CW and digital modes. This includes 60m. If you need EI on a particular band or mode, email for a sked. I can be QRV most times to suit you. Especially on low bands, please don't call for a dupe QSO when other stations are calling me. Please spot me on the DX Cluster. Europeans please note: 'CQ DX' means DX and not EU. Ireland is not rare but if you need me for a new one, simply email and ask for a sked.

Antennas are: 5 Element Beam 4mtrs; Hexbeam 6mtrs - 20mtrs; Rotary Dipole 30mtrs; OCF Dipole 40mtrs, 60mtrs & 80mtrs SSB; Top-Loaded Vertical 80mtrs CW; Inverted-L 160mtrs.

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80m: In the coming 2016-2017 winter DX season, my frequency for JA on the long-path will be 3506 +/- QRM from about 08z. I shall be QRV 21z on 160m and 80m for short-path JA as well. If you did not work me this past winter, please look for me then.

​60m: I have a temporary permit 1 Apr 2016 - 31 Mar 2017 for 6 fixed frequencies. I mostly TX 5346.5 SSB QSX 5363 +/- QRM and ​5403.5 simplex. CW 5348.0 QSX 5363 +/- QRM and 5405.0 simplex.

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If your callsign does not appear in my log search, please email to check and have any log error corrected.

The log is in real-time .

 

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QSL card update: As at 13 August 2016, all cards received with an envelope + sufficient return postage,

together with PayPal QSL requests, have been answered.

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Above: latest shack layout August 2016 with new transceiver, Expert Electronics MB1 SDR.


Above: Tennamast with Hexbeam and 4mtr yagi (summer configuration)

Above: View north-west (l) through north (r)

My XYL's nightmare: mast with Hexbeam and 30mtr dipole + end of Windom in background and 80 vertical in foreground

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