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My ham radio career started in 2010. Czech Radio Club registered me as a SWL on 8th November 2010 under callsign OK1-36349. I was listening to everything in air including commercial radio, air traffic and amateur radio. HF bands really took my interest. Especially when propagation allowed me to hear some DX stations around the world. QSL cards I received from foreign stations really motivated me to proceed with my new hobby.
Later in 2011 I passed the HAREC exams and I am now licensed as OK1BIL since 1st May 2011.
In September 2011, I joined local ham radio club OK1OUE.
QSL direct info
Lately I decided to change a bit my policy for direct QSL cards. Every time I get QSL card direct I am happy to put it in my collection and I will respond to you direct and pay the costs for postage. However, there are lots of rare DX stations which require you to put 2$ or even 3$ in the envelope. As I am a new ham I have lots of DXCC to work! So when I go to post office and send your QSL cards for response and then a ton of my QSL card requests, I pay for the postage + the dollars in the envelopes. This is very expensive for me as I am still studying.
EN: So you can send your QSL card direct to me with no dollars if you wish. But I would really appreciate if you put $1 or $2 which I can then send to some rare DX station.
ESP: Puede enviar su tarjeta QSL directa mí sin dinero si lo desea. Pero realmente apreciaría si usted pone $ 1 o $ 2, lo que me puede enviar a algún estación DX.
ITA: Potete inviare la vostra cartolina QSL diretta mi senza dollari se lo si desidera. Ma mi piacerebbe molto se si mette $ 1 o $ 2 che posso inviare a qualche stazione DX.
RUS: Вы можете присылать свои QSL карты прямо на меня, не долларов, если хотите. Но я бы очень признателен, если вы положили $ 1 или $ 2, который затем можно отправить некоторые редкие станции DX.
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