- DXCC Card Checker
- IOTA Checkpoint for the Benelux countries
- CQ Magazine Award Checkpoint
- UBA (Belgian IARU society) Treasurer & Award Manager
THE FINAL COURTESY OF A QSO IS A QSL ! If there's one adagio I stick to: this one is it. To me, there's is no excuse for any ham not to confirm a first band/mode slot with a QSL card, whether that be a "standard" or a contest QSO.
The vast majority of my QSLing is done via the QSL bureau which - whatever some may pretend - does a marvelous job. As most IARU societies run QSL bureaus, this service is available to most hams. Membership to one's national IARU society is something that goes without saying.
Please feel free to use my above indicated address if you want a QSL direct, SAE & current IRC are appreciated. Correct SWL reports welcomed.
My log is uploaded toboth LOTW & eQSL.cc on a regular basis, but old-fashioned as I am I prefer a paper QSL !Please visit my webpage to find our more about my ham radio activities such as award hunting => URL: http://www.on4cas.com ON4CAS on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1550029986
During the month November of 2015 I may be active as OP4CAS. This special prefix is used to commemorate the centenary of WWI.
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