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To all my fellow hams:

During over 20 years I have been exchanging qsl cards both directly and via the bureau. I have already surpassed over 150.000 qsos. That means boxes and boxes full of cards, I don’t know where I can keep more.
Thus I have decided,starting this year,I will only confirm using digital systems such as LoTW and eQSL. Answering cards has turned an exhausting job, However via internet is very simple.
For anyone needing my paper card,my QSL Manager, EA5KB will continue in charge of my qsling.
I will only deal with direct cards for QSOs on 50 MHz I ‘d be delighted to answer, but please do not forget to enclose a SAE and one IRC or 4 USDollars or
OQRS from ClubLog

I will reply to QSL's that are received here directly with a self addressed envelope and a valid IRC or US$ 4 for return postage.

(Sorry, the low value of the USD means US$ 3 is presently not sufficient to cover the high cost of international postage from LU)

QSL direct needed 4 USD or 1 IRC
I prefer your request via the form below

Online QSL Request only direct to LU5FF


- QSL Manager direct via EA5KB -

Electronic QSL is OK: LoTW & eQSL


MODEL1 Antennas


MODEL3 - 50 Mhz

Operator at: LU4FM, AZ4F, LT1F, LR7F, LT7F, LU7FJ, LU1FC, LQ0F, L73F, AY5FF, L25FF, L45FF,


Rig - Amplifier
Yaesu FT 1000MP Mark V Field
Icom IC 7000
Drake L7
Drake MN 2700

- 80 mts dipole -
- 40 mts rotative dipole -
- 30/17/12 mts rotative dipole -
- 10/15/20 mts Yagi 6 el -
- 6 mts Yagi 6 el - made in hause -
- 6 mts Yagi 6 el LFA -
- 6 mts OA-50 Par Antenna -

Antenna LU5FF


Frec: 50055
Mode F1 - Pwr: 20w
Antenna: 5/8 and 6 el Yagi

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WAC-50 Mhz # 1 LU

VUCC-50 Mhz # 1 LU





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