For your convenience, I QSL 100% via LotW!
NOTICE: I hadn't paid any attention to eQSL for a long time, but recently I decided to get it up to date (I was only about 7500 QSL's behind). It is now up to date and I plan to keep it that way, along with my other QSL methods.
I will QSL via bureau or direct, for these methods I QSL 100% for QSLs recieved, by the same method your card was sent. Lately, I've been using OQRS a lot to send cards to those whose confirmation I need. In turn, I will QSL via Clublog OQRS, as well.
Are you "in the log"? Check here:
DX stations outside the US may request my QSL card via OQRS, either direct or via bureau, using the above link. For US stations, since I can't send you a QSL via bureau, it's cheaper to just send me a QSL card direct. I would appreciate an SASE from US stations, but, truthfully, I"ll answer all US direct cards, regardless.
I'm using Elecraft gear, the K3 rig with the P3 display and KPA500 solid-state amplifier.
From there, I have a Ten-Tec 238C high-power antenna tuner for matching my antennas.
My antennas: a 6-band cubical quad, with 3 elements on 20-17-15 and 4 elements on 12-10-6 meters, all on an 18-foot boom.
For 80, 40 and 30 meters, I have a 204-foot G5RV wire antenna at about 50 feet elevation.
For 160 meters, I have an extended inverted L antenna over a field of about 60 radials (more to come this summer).
For logging and QSL management software, I'm using the best software with the best support available, the DXLab software suite written by Dave Bernstein, AA6YQ. If you haven't tried it, you really should! Visithttp://dxlabsuite.com for more information. As you can see in my photo, I'm running it on a MacBook Pro with an external display, using Windows 7 Ultimate running in Parallels Desktop 9 virtual machine software.
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