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Hello dr OM/YL, thank you for seeing my page on qrz.com


yes I highly prefer the traditional method of QSLing - real paper qsl cards! yes

1.) BUREAU - PREFERRED WAY. Czech qsl bureau works very well, so if your qsl bureau in your country works good, you will get my qsl card 100%.

2.) LOTW - I upload my logs to LoTW usually every week.

3.) DIRECT - Please do NOT send any return postage, I pay the postage by myself, because you send me card and I send you one back, so it is fair! If you choose this way, email me for address first please.

4.) EQSL - only on request. I do NOT upload logs there, but I keep this for those who like/need it.

If you didn´t get my card for some reason, please send me an e-mail, I will check it and resend.


"QSO is short, but the QSL card is forever!!"...

About me and my station: I am living in beautiful countryside in small village on the hill, about 50km east from the capital city Prague. I am active on all hf bands. I am enjoying all modes, but last time I spend most of my time with digi modes such as RTTY and PSK31. My favourite band is 17m. Member of ARRL and CRK. I am still "small pistol" station, no amplifiers, no yagis, and just only 100W. My current antennas are GAP Titan vertical and fullsize G5RV. My main trx is IC-7600, but sometimes I still run with my old FT-767.

I am not hunter of dxcc countries and I do not chase any awards. I love collecting real paper QSL cards. Besides the ham radio I love cats, music and nature. I also hold callsign OK5X. See you on the bands, 73 de Jan

Liechtenstein: Time to time I am QRV in Liechtenstein as HB0/OK1XD. Spare time operation, when I have some free time. I reply to all received QSL cards 100%. Preferred way is the BUREAU. I also upload all contacts to LOTW. If you didn´t get my card for some reason, send me an e-mail, I will check it and resend.


my cats Anna and Betty: Anna likes CW :-)


some of my current and past qsl cards:




>> CU on the bands, 73 DE OK1XD - Czech LOW POWER station <<











































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