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MD0CCE has been QRV since Nov 2006.

LOG SEARCH: (Thanks to Michael, G7VJR!)

MD0CCE QSL INFO: I answer all QSLs received, quickly when I am home but there are delays when I am travelling.

US Stations: Please show your COUNTY on your card - Thanks!

If you are sending a stamped envelope - thanks! but please note that UK stamps DO NOT WORK (and US stamps certainly do not work!) for the Isle of Man! We have our own stamps (and our own money, and our own government, and - - - -)

QSL via LOTW, Bureau or Direct. For a direct return, please send a self-addressed envelope with:

  • Isle of Man stamps (77p - Europe, £1.24 - rest of world) - OR -
  • one IRC - OR -
  • $1US Dollar to Europe or $2 US to outside of Europe to help cover postage (postage to EU = $1.22; postage to USA/JA/VK = $1.98)

All direct cards are answered promptly, usually within a day or two when I am home. Cards received from the QSL bureau are processed as received, but not always immediately as they usually come about 1,000 at a time, and I do them by hand.

How long do Bureau cards take to get here? Summary data from batches of bureau QSLs over the last three years show that the oldest QSO seen was 10 years old, while the most recent QSO was 4 months old; the average QSO age was 2 years and 2 months (26 months), and the most frequent QSO age was 30 months.  One third of cards received have taken 2.5 years or more to get here.  Remember that these are ONE-WAY times for your QSL to reach me - it then takes a similar amount of time for my card to reach you. Average times vary widely by country - if you want to know how long bureau cards take from YOUR country, drop me an email.

QSL statistics on 31 Jan 2015 are (QRV for 9 years, all my MD callsigns combined): QSOs - 197K; QSOs confirmed by paper QSL - 50K; QSOs confirmed by LOTW - 90K. If you have a question about your QSL, please send me an email.


Participant at: 3B7C, 9M6/N2BB, G6M, MD0C, MD2C, T32C, YS1G, Z60K


160M - DXCC, WAS, WAZ, Worked All JA Districts

DXCC - 10 Bands, 160M - 6M, DXCC-CW/SSB/RTTY, DXCC Challenge >2700

Worked 40 Zones - 9 Bands, 160M - 10M

WAS - 9 Bands, 160M - 10M, WAS Triple Play CW/SSB/RTTY

IOTA Honour Roll

WPX Award of Excellence

MD0CCE Location:

CQ Zone 14, ITU Zone 27

IOTA EU 116, WLOTA-0449

Locator IO74ti, WAB SC49

Thanks for the QSO! See you on the bands and 73, Bob


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