It has never been easier to confirm HC.
Please read carefully to have your QSO confirmed.
(Elena, RC5A requested to advise that only the first QSO on the band mode will be confirmed since she´s getting a lot of requests for DUPE qso´s. Such contacts will be confirmed by LoTW and eQSL. Why would someone need a same QSL from the same station on the same mode-same band anyhow?)
Option # 1. LoTW All qso´s are uploaded to LoTW regularly. Get a LoTW account if you don't have one.
Option # 2. Bureau QSL. Please use OQRS at ClubLog.org All you have to do is to type in your callsign in the box below this text, then click on REQUEST QSL button and choose Bureau. It is free. It won´t be necessary to send your QSL to my manager through the bureau in this case.
Option # 3. Bureau QSL conservative style. Send your QSL to RC5A via UA QSL Bureau and wait for a reply.
Option # 4. Direct via OQRS at ClubLog.org It is the same procedure as for bureau requests but you will have to pay the postage via PayPal. Again, use the box under the text.
Option # 5. Direct conservative. Send your QSL and SAE with sufficient postage to RC5A and wait for reply. My manager however does not encourage this option due to risks at postal service. Consider OQRS.
Option # 6. Do nothing about QSLing.
How to QSL: OQRS at ClubLog, LoTW, Bureau via RC5A, Direct via RC5A
Born 1970 Ham since 1979 Ex: UA4WAE
My DX notes can be read here http://dxwanted.net/index.php/hc2ao-views
SETUP as April 2016
FT1000MP with chirpy CW and no 15 and 17 Meters
IC718 with clean CW but 30 watts output and no SSB
a borrowed Heathkit HL2200 usually ran at 250 to 300 Watts
40M 5 element Sloping Dipoles System
160M Top Loaded Vertical
Alfredo, HC2SL Long time Ecuador only very high speed CW OP known as Sapo Loco "Crazy Toad"
Tobias DH1TW / AL1O A great engineer and antenna designer and my little German brother as well
Visit his homepage for some insights athttp://www.dh1tw.de/
Irina, WA4WHX Alberto, HC2AQ Sonia, HC2BG Vlad (I can't remember his call.... ah... UA4WHX)
Vlad's brief visit to Ecuador... We won't forget the running shoes, man
Here we are about to raise the darn 160 vertical that never worked BTW yet it was fun
Tony, HC2AC / KF6ZWD Uncle Walt, W7SE
Serious guys teaching a rookie i.e. me how to speak proper English without using F-words too often
Alexander, RA1AGL after (or while) ARRL SSB 2013
That happened while the contest was going on but it was hot and boring so we slipped away
HD2A Team in ARRL SSB 2013
(L-R) Alexander, RA1AGL Elena, RC5A
Alberto,HC2AQ Alexey, HC2AO
Shelley K7MKL/HC2UB Jack W6NF/ HC2UA
Alberto,HC2AQ Yuri,VE3DZ Alex, HC2AO at HC2AQ´s place
Serge, R4WAA (HC2TWA) Alex,HC2AO at HD2A
KK4GV Rich (HC1GVT), SK and Alex, HC2AO March 2014
November 21, 2014 Guayaquil Airport
November 21 - Decemder 17, 2014 HC2AO/8 et al. from San Cristobal Island, Galapagos
Left to right: UA1ANA, OG2K, RM0F, HC2AO, R4WAA, RC5A, RA1AGL.
Martin, LU9EFO Jorge, HC2JA Alex, HC2AO Sept, 2015
Vasily, R7AA and Alex, HC2AO April, 2016
My thanks to Alberto, HC2AQ Tony, HC2AC Victor, HC2DR Alfredo, HC2SL Jorge, HC2JA Mama Lilian, HC4L Milton, HC8MA Guido, HC8GR for their support and understanding
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