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HA5XA QSL VIA M0XXA

PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM NOT A MEMBER OF THE HUNGARIAN AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY (MRASZ).

IF YOU WANT TO SEND ME A CARD VIA THE BUREAU, I SUGGEST THAT YOU SHOULD SEND IT VIA M0XXA THROUGH THE RSGB QSL BUREAU.

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HG5XA was the first VHF+10m callsign I got when my ham radio career started in 1982. Shortly afterwards I "upgraded" to HA5XA. From 2003 I had to use the HA5XXA callsign. Some campaigning helped change amateur radio regulations in Hungary, and I was able to return to HG5XA callsign for general use and used it until end of May, 2011.

Now, since June 2011, I am back to my HA5XA callsign. You may however come across HG5XA as a special event callsign from time to time.

I also hold and use the contest call HA5X.

My foreign callsigns include: 9A8XA, M0XXA, SO9XC, WW1WWW, SI5I, 7S6S.

Family members: - 2 twin daughters (at age of four they made theirs first QSO on kid's day! Well, they did not give RST, but told the partner what their favourite colour was :-) - HA9WM (wife) - HA5XY (father) - HG5XK (mother)

=========== HA5XA QSL POLICY ===========

I confirm all QSOs by eQSL and LOTW and I will keep doing so as it is free, easy and fits my regular routine.

As for traditional, paper QSL: I answer received QSL cards from time to time. Please be patient though: due to my work and lifestyle I cannot currently guarantee a very quick turnaround these days.

If you send me a card direct, I appreciate, but do not in any way request or demand SASE. IRC is great, but if sending green stamps, please note that 1 USD is not enough for international postage from Hungary.

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