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About me

My name is Dominic Smith. I was born in 1981 and I am a Project Manager at a software company in Cambridge, UK.

I enjoy contesting and DXpeditions. I am developer of the RSGB Islands on the Air website.

I am also licensed in the US as W0BLF (Amateur Extra class).

QSL Cards for DXpeditions

I am QSL Manager for the operations shown in the table below.

To request your card, you can:

  • use the Online QSL Request Service (OQRS) to ask for a bureau card.
    This is the preferred method.
  • send me an email
  • send your QSL card via the bureau
  • send your QSL card direct with return postage and an addressed envelope

I do not need your card. You can save paper and receive your card quicker by using the Online QSL Request Service.

To use the OQRS:

  1. In the table below, click the OQRS link for the operation.
  2. Search for your QSO in the log.
  3. Click Request Bureau QSL Cards for these QSOs.
  4. I will email you when your card is sent to the bureau
    I send cards in batches, so allow up to 4 months to receive this email.
Callsign Dates OQRS
CT7/M0BLF/P Sept. 2009 OQRS
EI/G6UW June 2001 -
EJ/M0BLF June 2011 OQRS
FP/M0BLF Sept. 2011 OQRS
G6UW/TF July 2005 -
GH6UW Sept. 2007 OQRS
GJ6UW(/P) Apr. 1982
Oct. 1983
Oct. 1985
Oct. 1989
Apr. 2002
Mar. 2005
Dec. 2011
GM6UW/P July 2002 -
GM6UW/P Sept. 2004 -
GM6UW/P Aug. 2008 -
GP6UW Oct. 1990 -
MM0BLF/P Sept. 2004 OQRS
MW0BLF/P June 2006 OQRS
MW0BLF/P Aug. 2009 OQRS
OY/M0BLF/P Jul. 2006 -
OY/M0BLF/P Jul. 2006 -
TF/M0BLF Aug. 2008 OQRS
VE2/M0BLF/P Jun. 2003 OQRS
VP9/M0BLF Feb. 2014 OQRS
W1/M0BLF/P Jun. 2003 OQRS
W6/M0BLF/P Apr. 2005 -
W6/M0BLF Apr. 2011 OQRS

I am also QSL Manager for the Cambridge University Wireless Society callsigns G6UW and M4A since September 2000.

When you request a card, please read my QSL policy.


Dominic, M0BLF

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